Haydn Robinson


Haydn has been a director of Halliday Meecham Architects since 2003, having joined in 1984, contributing to the growth of the business as a strong regional practice. He has delivered projects across most sectors and leads the Higher Education Team on a range of complex projects across the North West.

Haydn has established relationships with many of the regional universities including a 20 year working relationship with the University of Manchester delivering over 200 projects from £50,000 to £12 million. He has developed a specialism in highly complex and technical projects including the delivery of the School of Chemical Engineering, the first BREEAM Excellent new build project within the £1 billion University of Manchester Masterplan.

Haydn has managed projects at a number of universities including Keele, Salford, Bangor, and Liverpool, including a £20m Central Teaching Laboratory being delivered to BIM level 2, as well as other complex laboratory projects.