Kevin Jackson

Kevin Jackson

Managing Director, Architect

Kevin Jackson has over 20 years experience in creating high quality healthcare architecture in Ireland and in the United Kingdom. Over this period he has developed an ability to understand complex clinical design issues and has used this to inform his designs in the creation of appropriate, unique and memorable architectural solutions. Kevin has a wealth of experience in the planning and realisation of healthcare buildings in particular and his completed projects include some of the largest to be realised in Ireland in recent years, including the Midland Regional Hospital at Tullamore which included an Outline Development Control Plan, winner of the Best Health Building, RIAI Irish Architecture Awards 2009 and highly commended in the UK Building Better Healthcare Awards, Best International Design 2008; Midland Regional Hospital at Mullingar Phase 2B development; the University Hospital Limerick Phase 2. Kevin was also the MOLA director in charge of redevelopment the National Rehabilitation Hospital in Dun Laoghaire, one of the world's largest rehabilitation facilities of its type but suspended in 2009 due to the severe economic recession. More recently, Kevin completed the new Critical Care Unit and shell extension at the Mid Western Regional Hospital (€28M).

Kevin recently worked with O'Connell Mahon Architects on the new Radiotherapy Unit and extension to the Chemotherapy Department at Altnagelvin Hospital (€40M), where he was the project lead for this very significant cross border project which is partially funded by the HSE and which will provide radiotherapy services for patients both north and south of the border. Kevin is also the Employers Representative for O'Connell Mahon Architects for the Fit Out of the Emergency and Renal Shell project for which will be complete in 2017. (€22M)

Kevin has broad experience of all aspects of practice combining skills in management, strategy and team working with a focus on the architectural concept, design and delivery of projects. He has designed a variety of healthcare building types, often involving complex briefs and challenging site constraints.


  • 2018 Member of Royal Institute of British Architects Member No. 20000389
  • 2018 Member of Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland. MRIAI Member No: 10021
  • 2018 ARB Registration No: 055599A
  • 1987 Professional Practice Exam RIBA Part 3.
  • 1986 Bachelor of Architecture. Liverpool University
  • 1983 Bachelor of Arts. Liverpool University

Health and Safety

  • 2013 Project Supervisor for the Design Stage RIAI
  • 2011 Design for Safety CPD RIAI
  • 2008 Safe Pass Scheme FAS

Previous Experience - Projects

Recent projects while working for O'Connell Mahon Architects