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NEW ARRIVALS Rounding up the latest movers and in-house


appointments across the industry


LIZ GIBNEY LEE EVANS PARTNERSHIP


LK2 CEO Dale Lui & Tracey Francis


TRACEY FRANCIS LK2


LK2 has appointed ‘industry heavyweight’ Tracey Francis as director. Francis, who has more than 20 years’ experience in the sports world, will lead LK2’s development strategy to manage an increased demand for strategic project management in sport, leisure, community and commercial projects. Tracey’s role will include developing and procuring new projects, as well as working within the senior team to offer a full service to the firm’s sport, leisure and education clients. Francis commented, “I am looking forward to hitting the ground running in my new role and collaborating with like-minded organisations which are passionate about the future of sport and leisure.”


Launa Cowan & Matthew Turnbull


TWO NEW APPOINTMENTS POD NEWCASTLE


North east architects Pod Newcastle is gearing up for continued growth with two new appointments. Launa Cowan, 26, joins the Toffee Factory-based practice as a newly qualified architect, while Matthew Turnbull, 25, comes in as a Part II architectural assistant. A graduate of Newcastle University, Launa brings creative experience in bespoke residential design and project management. She will be working closely with the firm’s strategic urban design team across a diverse portfolio of regional projects and clients. Matthew re-joins after completing his Part I qualification in practice with Pod. He impressed them so much that they sponsored him through the second part of his qualification, which he completed last summer.


AMANDA ALLEN PURE FITOUT


Following rapid growth and success across Ireland, independent fit out specialist, Pure Fitout, has appointed Amanda Allen as UK head of business development to lead its expansion into the British market. Bringing with her nearly two decades of experience, Amanda’s appointment marks a significant point in Pure Fitout’s international growth. Allan said, “Pure Fitout has an edge that I’ve not seen before, which stems from their innovative spirit and inspired founder. My main objective when introducing Pure Fitout to the British market will be to emphasise the company’s collaborative approach to projects. I’m excited to have joined the team.”


Leading south east architectural and planning practice, Lee Evans Partnership, has appointed Liz Gibney as partner. Gibney, formerly Head of Place at Home Group, one of the UK’s largest housing associations, becomes the practice’s first partner to be appointed from a client organisation. She has wide-ranging expertise in residential design and master planning and her appointment will help to strengthen the practice’s ability to deliver large-scale housing projects. Liz said, “I am excited about being part of a practice which combines a strong design focus with an in-depth understanding of the planning environment and stakeholder consultation so seamlessly.”


JAMES BLOOD STEPHEN GEORGE + PARTNERS


Stephen George + Partners LLP (SGP) has reinforced its commitment to BIM best practice by promoting James Blood to the post of BIM manager. James joined SGP in 2018 as BIM coordinator, bringing over 20 years of experience defining and implementing architectural service provision with openBIM standards. James said, “I am looking forward to keeping SGP on the cutting edge of BIM methodology, delivering quality assured openBIM outputs throughout the practice. SGP’s ability to link 3D models with a virtual reality suite is very exciting, allowing us to show a client the design rather than having them interpret plans and diagrams.”


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