ask an architect
13 - 19 May 2017
ask an architect is an annual event that takes place over a single week each year. During that week, architects across all of Northern Ireland will offer their services free of charge, giving advice to those considering a building or renovation project, all for a charitable a charitable donation of a minimum of £40 to local charity The Jill Todd Trust, in partnership with Friends of the Cancer Centre. ask an architect will give members of the public the opportunity to get expert advice from a chartered architect on building projects of all shapes and sizes.
The initiative is organised by the Royal Society of Ulster Architects (RSUA), PLACE and the Jill Todd Trust. Thanks to our sponsors who cover administrative costs and provide critical pro bono services, 100% of all funds raised by ‘ask an architect’ will be used by Friends of the Cancer Centre to support local cancer research through clinical trials at the Centre for Cancer Research and Cell Biology (CCRCB) at Queen’s University, Belfast.
Register your interest by contacting PLACE, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 028 9023 2524.
Any architects who want to register their interest in volunteering for the ask an architect initiative or any other organisations that would like to support the initiative should contact Ciarán Fox, Director of RSUA, at email@example.com.