2012 Suspended practice due to family illness; not currently accepting new commissions.
2007 Commissioned for urban planning and design of Fingal Gateway, mixed-use developments on 7-hectare site.
2005 Clonmel House, Swords completed. The project included the creation of a new pedestrian street, providing additional cross-linkages through the in town centre.
2002 Obtained accreditation as Conservation Architect.
1998 Established Will Andrews Design.
1996 Worked in New Zealand, on residential projects with Palmer & Palmer architects, and on Nelson Pine Industries Ltd., the largest MDF producing facility in the southern hemisphere. Prepared for NZIA accreditation.
1996 Licensed to practice by RIAI.
1991-94 Worked with Andy Forrest Construction Consultants as Town Planning Consultant, and in Architecture Department of University of California, San Francisco.
1991 Graduated with uncompleted thesis project ‘A Piece of City’, designs for a theoretical mixed-use building for central Dublin centred around a market space.
1989 Worked with noted ecclesiastical architects McKenna Brock. Competition entry for tourism development at Arranmore Island.
1985 Began architectural studies in UCD. Work on ‘Liffey Quays’ Project, which later led to Group 91 initiative and historic Temple Bar urban regeneration in Dublin.
1984 Attended work experience in Maurice Brogan Architects, Dun Laoghaire. Projects included Dun Laoghaire Golf Club.