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NEW ARRIVALS Rounding up the latest movers and in-house


appointments across the industry


TWO NEW RECRUITS LAURENCE ASSOCIATES


(L-R): Brady O’Donnell, Josh Broomhead, Ashley Maxim, George Lucas and Tianna McCormack


FIVE NEW STARTERS POZZONI ARCHITECTURE


Pozzoni Architecture has welcomed five new starters at its Altrincham studio, four of whom have come through the company’s Academy programme. Joining the growing team are four trainee architectural technologists and one graphic designer, with the technologists working in Pozzoni’s specialist sector teams. Ashley Maxim will be working on commercial projects, while Josh Broomhead becomes a member of the leisure team. George Lucas and Tianna McCormack both join the Living team and will be working on housing, PRS and senior living projects. Brady O’Donnell has joined Pozzoni as a graphic designer and will be working across sector teams. Nigel Saunders, director at Pozzoni, said: “As a practice, it’s hugely important that we invest in the future, not just of our business, but of the industry too, and this significant number of new starters reflects this. We have a range of exciting projects coming up across our specialist sectors and I’m sure our new young team members will be eager to hone their skills within the teams.” Pozzoni’s Academy was set up in 2006, with a view to nurturing the next generation of architects, designers and technologists. Each year the Pozzoni Academy is committed to training young people, many of whom choose to remain with the firm, in both the Altrincham and London offices, post qualification.


(L-R): Isabel Butcher, Fiona Nye, Elena Papachristodoulou, Keith Hayday & Peter Beeton


LANDSCAPE TEAM EXPANDS MABER


Architectural practice maber is expanding its landscape team in response to “rapidly growing demand”. The team has grown from two to seven people in less than a year, and now provides a variety of landscape design services through the practice’s five offices in the Midlands and London. Associate director Lee Smith, said: “We have a very commercially-aware team who have real-world experience of working on projects with a variety of organisations. The ability to provide landscape services alongside architectural and interior design, as part of a multi-discipline package, is proving attractive to clients, as is our ability to work to BIM Level 2.”


A self-described “planning-led” architectural practice in Cornwall, Laurence Associates, has recruited two new members of staff to its award- winning team. Part II architectural assistant, Nathan Gilbert, and associate planner, Jenna Swanson. Jenna Swanson, who has a background in both public and private practice, has extensive experience in planning applications, specialising in conservation, heritage, and design. Before relocating to Cornwall, Nathan Gilbert worked on the £30m refurbishment of Croydon's theatre, Fairfield Halls, described by the architects as “a key part of the town's ambitious multi-billion pound regeneration programme”.


ANDREW WOODROW BARTON WILLMORE


Barton Willmore, a leading planning and design consultancy which recently expanded its operation in Scotland with the opening of an office in the centre of Glasgow, has announced the appointment of a new planning associate. Andrew Woodrow joins the Queen Street-based firm just months after the business opened its second office in the Scottish ‘Central Belt’. With more than 16 years of experience in the planning and development sector, Andrew brings “a wealth of knowledge and experience,” says the firm. Andrew previously worked for real estate and investment firm, CBRE, working across a range of high-profile projects in Glasgow.


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