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NEWS AWARD FOR GROWTH Weston Williamson + Partners wins Queen’s Award


Architects and urban designers Weston Williamson + Partners (WW+P) have won a Queen’s Award for Enterprise (International Trade) in recognition of their “outstanding international growth.” The practice works on a wide range of


infrastructure, urban regeneration and placemaking projects, and is “successfully exporting its experience designing some of the UK’s most significant city-shaping projects to Australia, North America and the Far East,” commented WW+P. International fees have grown by over 600 per cent in the last three years. Working on Crossrail’s new Elizabeth


line stations at Paddington and Woolwich has given WW+P the opportunity to compete for major projects in Australia and Canada. As a result, the practice is currently designing and delivering five stations on the Melbourne Metro


extension, a major upgrade to Sydney Metro Sydenham Station, two stations and associated urban realm on the Yonge metro line extension in Toronto, and a new regional transit centre and passenger processing facility at Toronto Pearson International Airport. These wins and others have enabled the


establishment of studios in Melbourne, Sydney and most recently Toronto, and swelled staff numbers to 150. Founding partner Chris Williamson


said: “We are delighted to win the Queen’s Award for Enterprise, which recognises our success in designing and delivering complex city-shaping projects around the world.” “London has led the world in gradually


coaxing people out of cars and onto safe, reliable, efficient public transport, bring- ing with it great benefits to the


environment and creating a more civilised city. We’re proud to be a part of this transformation and excited by the opportunities to demonstrate our knowl- edge and approach to city shaping in growing global cities around the world. ” Williamson added: “Our export success


shows that you don’t have to be a huge company to work and sell abroad. If you have a specialism, if you’re expert in your field, there are great opportunities. WW+P are currently working on a


diverse range of exciting transport, residential, commercial master planning and urban design projects including Elizabeth line stations at Paddington and Woolwich, Crossrail 2 and HS2 master planning, residential developments across London for local authorities and developers, and commercial developments for Network Rail.


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