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NEW ARRIVALS Rounding up the latest movers and in-house


appointments across the industry


NATHAN ANTHONY LEE EVANS PARTNERSHIP


JASON TURNER PERKINS+WILL


The London studio of global architecture and design firm Perkins+Will has announced the appointment of a new associate principal, Jason Turner. With over 25 years experience working in interior design, Jason brings to the firm expertise in strategic advice on workplace, culture and people. With the appointment of a new associate principal specialising in strategic advice, Jason will bolster Perkins+Will’s reputation in project delivery, while expanding its expertise and capacity to take on new projects in related sectors. Jason will be joining the interiors team, which has overseen office fitouts for clients such as The Economist, Deloitte, News UK, Microsoft, and Linklaters.


MARC RHODES LK2


Architecture, sports and leisure specialists, LK2 has welcomed marketing and communications manager Marc Rhodes to raise awareness of its high-profile work. Marc, who has nine years’ experience in marketing has taken up the role at LK2 after working to promote businesses and charities in the sports, education and health sectors. Marc said, “I’m so pleased to have joined LK2 during an exciting period of growth and development. It's a business which boasts not only innovative projects, but unique services and a very knowledgeable team.” Marc will be working closely with LK2’s team of directors to develop a marketing strategy, target key audiences and oversee LK2’s marketing collateral, social media.


BRYAN FISH BE DESIGN


BE Design, the multi-disciplinary architecture and engineering practice, has appointed an internationally-based associate to grow the European arm of the business. Bryan Fish joins the company with a wealth of experience in civil and structural engineering governance, with previous roles having seen him operate within the commercial structural engineering sphere. His experience ranges from offices, and residential developments, warehousing and factories. Bryan said: “I’m looking forward to what is shaping up to be a fantastic year for BE Design, which has already started with a number of new projects and opportunities.”


Leading South East architectural and planning practice, Lee Evans Partnership, has promoted senior planning consultant, Nathan Anthony, to partner. Nathan joined the practice in 2008 following a successful career in local authority planning, and has been instrumental in developing Lee Evans Partnership’s planning capability. Working alongside partner Jeanne Taylor, Nathan’s new role will involve nurturing relationships with Lee Evans Partnership’s existing clients while expanding and diversifying the team’s portfolio of projects across the residential, education, civic, commercial, and community sectors.


RICHARD FLISHER CPMG ARCHITECTS


London-based CPMG Architects has announced the appointment of Richard Flisher as the firm’s new managing director. Richard has more than 30 years’ experience as a chartered architect and is responsible for delivering the UK’s first Carbon Negative, PassivHaus certified office building located in Leicester, a 15,000 m2 corporate office in the City of London and the recently completed headquarters for British Sugar in Peterborough. He will continue to act as an architect on key projects, as well as leading on CPMG’s long-term growth strategy, and will head up the 50-strong team of professionals based in London and Nottingham.


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