Mike Dowek

Mike has 35 years of experience leading and delivering a wide variety of projects, particularly in urban locations and developments with sensitive historic contexts. He is skilled in the organisation and co-ordination of project teams and is a highly versatile designer. His work primarily spans commercial offices, residential and retail sectors and his substantial technical knowledge means that he can add an invaluable practicable dimension to feasibility studies.

In the City of London, Mike has delivered major office buildings at Holborn Viaduct and Carter Lane, which is adjacent to St Paul’s Cathedral. In the West End, he has delivered new offices to BREEAM Excellent certification at Howick Place and the mixed-use scheme at Carnaby Street which formed a significant part of the revitalisation of the area. His residential work includes the boutique and tenure-blind development, The Residence, in the heart of Southwark and the phased project at Walthamstow Station which will deliver new homes, a hotel and new public square.

Mikes more recent projects include the refurbishment of 70 Grays Inn Road, an early-1990s brick and stonework office building based in Central London, the works involved external street-level façade modifications and the creation of new entrances in order to enhance the building’s street presence. He was also involved in the Category A refurbishment of the office floors of Brook House in the Borough of Woking, and the Kennington Business Park development which will deliver just under 270,000 sgft of new work space studios and light industrial space.

Mike trained at the University of Bath, qualifying in 1985. He joined Rolfe Judd in 1987, made his way up to Director, andbecoming a consultant in 2023 when he will continue to contribute his invaluable experience in technical, contract and legislative matters.