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NEW ARRIVALS Rounding up the latest movers and in-house


appointments across the industry


MARK HOWARTH LK2 ARCHITECTS


LK2 Architects has expanded its team with the addition of a new senior architectural technologist. Mark Howarth brings with him almost 14 years experience in the industry, having previously worked with high street giant Marks and Spencer on some of its major flagship stores, overseeing extensions, interior refits and modernisation works. Mark said: “I had been keeping my eye on LK2 for quite some time, as I saw some of the exciting projects it has been working on through local media. Once I met the team, got to know them a little and understood what they were aiming to achieve, I knew this was a team that I wanted to be a part of.”


DARREN CARTLIDGE BENOY


Benoy says it is proud to welcome Darren Cartlidge as regional operations director in Hong Kong. The newly established role will see Darren oversee the operational objectives of the firm across its Hong Kong, Shanghai and Singapore Studios.


Darren combines his expertise as a trained architect with almost 20 years experience in senior management roles with international design firms including TFP Farrells and Atkins. With specialist expertise in the delivery of tall buildings and large-scale iconic developments, his award-winning portfolio includes the Kowloon Station Development in Hong Kong, Loncin Tower in Chongqing, Vincom Landmark 81 in Ho Chi Minh City and the Home Office and Regents Place in London. Darren commented on his appointment: “This is an incredibly exciting time to be a part of Benoy’s team. I’ll be working closely with our design teams and clients to ensure Benoy’s model of cutting-edge, multi-disciplinary design continues to deliver exceptional projects across the region.”


CONSTANTINA TSOUTSIKOU HIRSCH BEDNER ASSOCIATES (HBA)


Interior design firm Hirsch Bedner Associates (HBA), has announced the promotion of Constantina Tsoutsikou to senior associate at the group’s London studio. Constantina, who joined HBA in 2005, has been a key creative force overseeing many of the London team’s most celebrated international projects. Her new role brings increased responsibilities, including the development of the imaginative concepts that establish the direction for each project. In addition to designing and managing her own work, she will also draw upon her hospitality expertise to provide guidance for other colleagues in HBA’s London office.


CAROLINE WALMÉUS SKANSKA


Caroline Walméus has been appointed senior vice president at Skanska on a permanent basis. Caroline has been acting senior vice president since February and is reporting to Peter Wallin, executive vice president and chief financial officer on the board of the construction giant. “With Caroline's background from other operations and experience of working in different parts of the group, she is well placed to take a broader approach such as the responsibility for controlling,” said Peter Wallin. Caroline was previously business controller for Skanska UK and Skanska ID, and succeeds Thomas Henriksson, who took on the role as CFO of Skanska Commercial Development Europe in February.


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