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NEW ARRIVALS Rounding up the latest movers and in-house


appointments across the industry


CARL GALIOTO HOK


Benedict Zucchi


NEXT GENERATION LEADERSHIP BDP


BDP’s practice leadership group has remained very steady for the last five years and, in advance of a number of colleagues nearing retirement, it has taken steps to introduce the next generation of leaders by appointing seven new principals to the board.


Benedict Zucchi has been appointed architecture profession chair. Benedict is an “inspirational designer,” says the firm, and has been responsible for a broad portfolio of exceptional projects across a number of work sectors. He is currently leading the National Children’s Hospital of Ireland project in Dublin, the largest, most complex capital investment project ever undertaken in healthcare in Ireland. Andrew Swain-Smith has been appointed building services engineering chair at BDP. Andrew previously led the education sector for the practice’s BSE group, collaborating with both in-house architects and other leading architectural practices to design award winning educational facilities throughout the UK. He drives a people friendly engineering ethos across the team.


John McManus, chief executive said: “These are exciting times for us and I wish all of those taking on board new practice leadership responsibilities every success. We are now embarking upon a new and more ambitious international development plan that will not only strengthen and consolidate the practice’s current international studio network but will lead to the establishment of more BDP studios outside the UK. In over 30 years of experience in the practice, I can honestly say that there has never been a more exciting time to be part of our continuous collective.”


MATT KINGSLAKE THEATREPLAN


With an expanding portfolio of theatre design projects across its three offices in London, Hong Kong and Sydney, Theatreplan has welcomed Matt Kingslake to its growing team of consultants. Matt graduated from the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester in 1989 and went on to work for Holiday on Ice, touring the world for eight years within their electrical department, rising to the role of chief electrician. After returning to the UK he was technical manager at Grimsby Auditorium before becoming the first technical manager for the Grove Theatre, Dunstable. Matt says he is “delighted to be part of Theatreplan’s expanding team”.


MARK RENSHAW BAKERHICKS


BakerHicks has appointed Mark Renshaw as associate director to head up its Civil and Structural Engineering team in London. Mark has spent the past 10 years delivering a range of RIBA award-winning projects in London and the south east. Mark has worked across a broad spectrum of new build, development and refurbishment projects.His expertise spans the public and private sectors; from state-of-the-art schools to high-end residential developments, including the multi award-winning Alfriston School swimming pool and Princess Square residential development projects, as well as Thompson House, also award-winning and noted for its innovative use of materials.


Andrew Swain-Smith


Carl Galioto, FAIA, managing principal of HOK’s New York and Philadelphia offices and member of the firm’s executive committee, has been promoted to the position of president at HOK. Galioto also serves on HOK’s board of directors and leads its technical board, which includes HOK buildingSMART, the firm’s virtual design and construction initiative. In this additional role, he will work directly with chairman and CEO Bill Hellmuth, FAIA, and the other members of HOK’s executive committee to lead the global design, architecture, engineering and planning firm. “I joined HOK in 2009 to be part of a design firm whose core values of sustainable design and focus on human wellbeing are those that I share,” said Galioto.


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