Arcadis strengthens design department with new employees | news

Arcadis has held four senior positions in the design business that was founded two years ago.

The consultant has searched companies like Mott MacDonald and Aecom for new employees to strengthen the Places Design Practice department.

The new MEP leader, Ian Hurst, comes from Mott MacDonald, where he was part of the MEP leadership team and was involved in national and international health projects.

New Builder Anthony Douglas joined Aecom where he led the company’s Cambridge Building Structures team, which worked on projects worth up to £ 500 million.

Claire Stubbins has been hired as the new Head of Interior Design for Places and has over 12 years of retail experience in the UK and overseas.

And industry veteran Paul Dunn has been named the practice’s new technical director.

Dunn, who worked in construction for over 30 years, was an architect at TP Bennett for eight years before joining Callison RTKL, owned by Arcadis in 1997, where he worked for nearly 24 years and was promoted to director in 2007.

The practice was founded in 2019 and today employs 100 people in the fields of design, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, healthcare and construction technology.

Among the projects it has been working on is the decarbonization of St. James and Chapel Allerton hospitals for the Leeds Teaching Hospital Trust.

It has also worked on office equipment for the Farnborough Aerospace Center, a two story office project in Wales for the Welsh Government and Waltham Forest Council’s 10 year housing plan.

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