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NEW ARRIVALS Rounding up the latest movers and in-house


appointments across the industry


TOM SYKES WATSON BATTY


MONIKA LAUDENCKA-SOBIK BENOY


Benoy is pleased to welcome Monika Laudencka- Sobik as director in London. This role will ultilise Monika’s breadth of experience working across mixed use, transportation and commercial projects, with a focus on design management and project co-ordination of major national and international developments. Monika has over 20 years' experience in leading and directing complex projects with large multidisciplinary teams, most recently holding the position of commercial practice group director and office director at CallisonRTKL. Working across a range of sectors, she delivers innovative and creative solutions to large-scale developments in Europe and the Middle East.


BRAM D'HOEDT URBAN AGENCY


Bram D'Hoedt has been appointed as new associate at Urban Agency. Since joining in 2013 he has brought his talent and experience to several projects ranging from small-scale housing schemes to large-scale residential and urban masterplans. He has led key projects such as the residential schemes Greenacres and Spencer Docks in Dublin, Laayoune education centre in Morocco and the 7 million ft2


mixed use


development and transport hub Qianhai Exchange Plaza in Shenzhen. Bram has been successful as an academic researcher and was published in association with Columbia University and New York Institute of Technology he has also exhibited at the International Arts Campus, Antwerp.


FRAZER MACKAY WSP


WSP has appointed Frazer Mackay as the new UK managing director to its 750-strong energy and industry business. With 28 years’ experience in both business operations and project delivery roles, Frazer joins from Costain where, as sector director for oil and gas he led a team of 500 energy experts and managed a $150m turnover. A Chartered Engineer, he has successfully worked with blue chip clients such as Shell, BP, INEOS, ExxonMobil, Statoil, SABIC, Total, Valero, PRL and GSK.Based in Glasgow, Frazer will sit on the UK Executive Committee and Leadership Team - reporting to Mark Naysmith, the firm’s UK chief executive officer.


PHILIP DRING NICHOLAS HARE ARCHITECTS


To recognise the talent and commitment of some of its most senior staff, NHA have decided to make a series of new appointments, including Phil Dring as partner. Phil has worked with the practice since 2005 leading key projects and helped to shape the culture of the practice. Philip has extensive experience at all stages of design, from pre-planning to completion and is currently leading a team on the new masterplan for the Warwick Independent Schools Foundation that includes several new buildings. The firm says “He is a talented designer with great leadership skills that are also appreciated by both clients and colleagues.”


The Leeds office of Watson Batty Architects has promoted Tom Sykes to associate. Tom is a specialist in what the firm terms the ‘Living’ sector and was instrumental in the delivery of some notable projects including: Kirklees Excellent Homes for Life PFI for Wates Living Space, Chain Street for Incommunities, Kearns Village for Skipton Properties and Saddleworth Close for Riverside Housing Group and Starfish. As well as additional responsibility to ensure integration of quality assurance systems within the practice, Tom will continue to head up work for Starfish Group for which Watson Batty is their key design partner.


ADF JULY 2017


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