Jonathan Hallett HNC MCIAT

Chartered Architectural Technologist

What is an Architectural Technologist

Chartered Architectural Technologists, MCIAT, are qualified to offer design services and manage projects from inception to completion. They lead the technological design of a project; forming the link between concept, innovation and realisation

  • They specialise in design, underpinned by building science, engineering and technology applied to architecture within projects, playing a pivotal role in project and design management.

  • Design and manage all project types from small scale to large commercial, industrial, residential and public projects; they range from being sole practitioners to working in multinational and multidisciplinary practices;

  • work collaboratively with other professionals such as architects and engineers and are recognised on a par with all Chartered professionals in the built environment sector; and

  • Hold a valued, respected and regulated professional qualification and protected designation, which is transferable and recognised across borders and can only be awarded by the Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists, whilst abiding by a set of professional ethics in the Institute’s Code of Professional Conduct.