Paul Chapple Becomes a Fellow Member of Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists.
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Paul Chapple becomes a Fellow Member of the Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists (CIAT).

Rachel Dyer

We are beyond thrilled Paul Chapple is amongst the first Architectural Technologists to become a Fellow Member of the Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists (CIAT).

Fellow Membership, FCIAT, complements the ‘Chartered Architectural Technologist’ professional qualification and is an acknowledgment of a Chartered Member’s significant contribution to and/or excellence in Architectural Technology. 

Paul has been with Bailey Partnership since 1998, becoming a Senior Associate in 2017, and is an integral and key member of the Senior Management Team, with a high level of skill and knowledge; the right attitude; drive and ambition; suitable appropriate training and experience. He leads the Architectural Technology team and supports other technical teams (Architects, Building Surveyors & Interior Designers) within Bailey Partnership across our 5 offices – Plymouth, Bristol, Exeter, St Austell and Sevenoaks.

Paul is instrumental in promoting and enhancing CIAT and Architectural Technology as a distinct discipline in its own right within Bailey Partnership’s multi-disciplinary Practice. He continuously illustrates how we are able to apply our technical knowledge to projects and prepare and produce developed coordinated detailed design packages with our specialist skills and knowledge.

Paul’s work on behalf of CIAT and CIAT Western Region Committee has included holding the positions of regional Education Officer, Chairman, and Councillor, and since 2014 has been privileged to be a Professional Assessment Assessor, which furthermore has assisted in being able to offer mock professional interviews for colleagues and regional members progressing to Chartered Membership.

Paul is both a Professional Interview Assessor as well as a Fellow Panel Assessor for CIAT and over the past year has been actively involved in developing the FCIAT pilot process leading to its formal launch.

Paul is a STEM Ambassador and assists our Work Experience programme for local school pupils and under- and post-graduate students, presenting at Careers Fairs and Post 16 Events.

We are delighted Paul has been recognised for his contributions to the industry and congratulate him on this prestigious accolade.