Calum Maclean

Calum is a conservation architect.

Calum has over 25 years of experience working in private practice, managing the design and construction building projects.

In the early part of his career, he worked on a wide range of building types for residential, retail and leisure developments to office headquarters buildings for public agencies in Scotland and abroad.

In the later part of his career, he has concentrated on his passion for built heritage. He is the founding director of MAAC Studio ltd, which is based in Inverness and is focused on the conservation of historic properties and scheduled monuments throughout the Highlands.

He is involved in promoting community engagement in local heritage. He regularly participates in talks, exhibitions and events within the Highlands to develop public awareness and appreciation of architecture and our built environment.

For the past three years, he has been carrying out extensive research on the history of architecture in Inverness for a new book to be published in 2020.

Calum is also the Cathedral Architect for St Andrew’s Cathedral, Inverness.

He currently serves as a committee member of the Highland & Islands Traditional Building Forum and Inverness Architectural Association.