Suzanne Mackrell

Suzanne Mackrell

Associate Director

Following completion of her studies at The Mackintosh School of Architecture, Suzanne joined Keppie in 2005, qualifying as an Architect in 2009. She was promoted to Associate in 2018 and Associate Director in 2021.

Suzanne has a wealth of experience spanning a variety of sectors, delivering large scale commercial, education and healthcare projects.

A personal area of expertise is in commercial architecture with a focus on leisure, entertainment and sports. Suzanne is passionate about live entertainment and designing inspirational places that draw people together.

Most notably, Suzanne played a pivotal role in the development of the Masterplan for the Event Complex Aberdeen (TECA), securing planning consent for the project which completed in August 2019. She also played a vital part in the Hampden Vision project, which helped secure Hampden Park as the home of Scottish football in 2018.

Suzanne’s recent roles include developing proposals for the future expansion of the Scottish Event Campus (SEC) in Glasgow, as well as assisting in the transformation of the same campus into the NHS Louisa Jordan temporary hospital facility in 2020, and the Hydro Vaccination Centre in 2021.

Suzanne loves to travel and loves to eat. She has a passion for live music and attends various gigs and music festivals across the globe, with a keen interest in 60s music, fashion and design.