Tadhg completed a B.Sc. in Architectural Technology from Cork Institute of Technology in 2007 before going on to study architecture at Waterford Institute of Technology, graduating with B.Architecture in 2012. Upon graduation Tadhg worked in Cork City Council Architects Department on a range of residential and urban design projects before moving to Dublin to work for residential and master planning specialists Conroy Crowe Kelly (CCK).
In CCK Tadhg led the delivery of the high-end, 161-unit residential development of Robswall Phase 2 in Malahide, Co. Dublin as well as being an integral part of the team that achieved planning for a 16storey residential tower at Clongriffin. Tadhg has particular expertise in the design and delivery of multi unit residential schemes for both the private and social sectors. His interests in good residential design and place-making overlap with another passion of his which is the well-being of smaller towns and villages in Ireland.
Tadhg believes that the lessons of the vernacular buildings and towns can align with a new experience-led regeneration of Irish urban areas. Tadhg also holds a Diploma in Construction Leadership from The Tony Ryan Academy in Dublin City University.