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Perspectives of a partnership : Ferguson and McIlveen 1922-1997 (1997)Book
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[RSUA yearbook and directory] Civic trust awards 2007 (2007)Journal Article
[Perspective] Newcastle & Enniskillen - a tale of two promenades (March / April 2006)Journal Article
[Perspective] Commendation[s] (May / June 2006)Journal Article
[Northern builder] Award for Enniskillen boulevard (Autumn 2006)Journal Article
[Ulster architect] Collaboration by design: teaming up with IT (April 2005)Journal Article
[Ulster architect] The boulevariers of Fermanagh (December 2005 / January 2006)Journal Article
[Perspective] Text, plan (September / October 2004)Journal Article
[Tubular structures] Lagan Weir, Belfast (May 1997)Journal Article
[Northern builder] Ferguson McIlveen : 75th anniversary, 1922-1997 (1997)Journal Article
[Perspective] Scottish squares (July / August 1996)Journal Article
[Specify] Lagan Weir: urban renewal award for 'symbolic' structure (May / June 1995)Journal Article
[Specify] DOE Water Service operational depot (September 1992)Journal Article
[Ulster architect] Kudos shared by landscapers (December 1986 / January 1987)Journal Article
[Ulster architect] Supermarketing (January 1985)Journal Article
[RIBA journal] Ferguson & McIlveen : optimism and achievement in Ulster (November 1983)Journal Article
[Plan] Hugh Robert McIlveen: President, Royal Society of Ulster Architects (June 1981)Journal Article
[Specify] Ghost town comes alive (May 1981)Journal Article
[Plan] Practice profile: Ferguson & McIlveen (November 1978)Journal Article
[Building design] Working in Belfast: a profile of the Ulster practice of Ferguson & McIlveen (14 April 1978)Journal Article