Key Promotions at P+HS Architects

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Key Promotions at P+HS Architects

Three key promotions were announced at P+HS Architects’ annual review meeting last week. MD Chris Dennis shared the good news with colleagues as he reflected on the practice’s continued growth over the last 12 months. Joe Davenport and Andy Scollen were appointed as Associates with Katie Shepherd stepping up to the Board as an Associate Director.

Commenting on Katie and Andy’s promotions in the Newcastle office, Director Derek Shepherd said: “Katie has been instrumental in developing and growing the studio since joining P+HS during the early stages of the Newcastle office in 2017. Her knowledge and experience within the Residential Sector have ensured many successful projects and her ability to mentor and encourage staff has seen the exciting expansion of our portfolio over the past few years. I am pleased to see Katie become an Associate Director and become part of the P+HS management team across all three offices.”

“I am also delighted on Andy’s promotion to Associate. Having worked for P+HS for 18 years, Andy has been a dedicated and hardworking employee for nearly two decades. Contributing and leading on a number of P+HS’s complex and high-profile projects, his technical knowledge and experience has been a bedrock for many years. As well as leading on the business IT requirements, his move to Associate will continue to strengthen the Studio and ensure a level of sustained management for years to come.”

In Leeds, Technical Director Pete Stead said of Joe’s appointment to Associate: “The appointment of Joe as an Associate further strengthens the already talented technical team in the Leeds Studio. Since joining the practice Joe has delivered a number of complex and challenging projects, balancing the needs of technical work alongside a more pastoral and mentoring role to other members of the team. It gives me great pleasure to see Joe move up into a more senior role in the business which will in turn support the continued development of the technical teams across the practice.”