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NEW ARRIVALS Rounding up the latest movers and in-house


appointments across the industry (L-R) Euan Revell, Hamish Jack


EUAN REVELL/HAMISH JACK BARTON WILLMORE


DAVID SHAW PICK EVERARD


Independent property, construction and infrastructure consultancy Pick Everard has promoted a raft of employees across its architecture discipline to support the firm’s “ambitious expansion plans”. David Shaw has been promoted to director, and will be heading up the architecture department. David, who joined Pick Everard as an associate in 2016, said: “I’m really pleased to have had my hard work and dedication recognised, and I’m excited to tackle the challenges which lie ahead. My top priorities going forward are to continue to strengthen and develop the architectural discipline for Pick Everard, while maintaining a high-quality service to ensure sustained client satisfaction.”


SEVEN NEW ASSOCIATES TODD ARCHITECTS


TODD Architects has announced a “posse” of promotions, creating seven new associates with specialisms across a range of sectors, including office, residential, healthcare, education, retail and aviation. Paul Crowe, MD, said: “These well-deserved promotions are part of our continued succession and business development plan, rewarding talent and experience and creating career opportunities to keep those skills within the practice. These promotions will help us deliver our collective aim to empower future leadership by investing in our team. By developing and applying our united skills and efforts, we will continue to nurture our existing client relationships while also reaching out and building new networks.”


UMESH MISTRY STEPHEN GEORGE + PARTNERS


Stephen George + Partners has appointed Umesh Mistry to focus on client relationship and project management, particularly in the sports and leisure sector. Mistry said: “I’m looking forward to bringing my extensive experience in the sports and leisure sector to SGP, to spearhead a new focus and develop new clients in the sector.” With over 30 years of experience in the architectural profession, he has developed his expertise at various practices. With a prominent track record in design, development and delivery of a range of projects, both in the UK and overseas, Umesh's primary role is working alongside managing partner James Nicholls.


UK planning and design consultancy Barton Willmore has announced several promotions for its team operating in Scotland. Euan Revell, who is based at the company’s Edinburgh office on George Street, has been promoted from senior architect to associate architect. Revell has worked for the company for two and a half years, and handles a range of commercial projects with a focus on affordable housing in Fife and Edinburgh. Hamish Jack, who joined Barton Willmore in 2016, has been promoted from urban design assistant to urban designer. Barton Willmore recently opened an office located in the centre of Glasgow.


PHILIP BREESE WESTON WILLIAMSON + PARTNERS


International architects and urban designers Weston Williamson + Partners (WW+P) has appointed existing partner Philip Breese to the role of managing partner. Philip will be responsible for the day to day running of the practice in the UK. Philip joined WW+P in 2005 and has worked across all areas of the practice, being influential in the development of the business over this period. WW+P has also appointed six new partners to build on the firms continued growth in the UK and internationally. Alex Kirkwood, Beatrix Young, Chie Shimizu, Daniel Moor, Simon Catton and Thomas Griffin will bring specific skills to the leadership team.


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