Leading architecture, design and masterplanning practice FWP has announced a trio of appointments at its Preston headquarters as it continues to grow and develop its team.
The new additions come as the award-winning multi-disciplinary practice is seeing increasing work across all sectors.
Abigail King joins FWP as assistant quantity surveyor. She has four years’ experience in the industry after gaining a degree in quantity surveying from the University of Salford and is currently working towards gaining chartered status.
Mark Strother has been appointed M&E technician. Mark has more than 20 years’ experience in a career that has included consultancy and facilities management work. He also has experience in the health and safety field and in the rail industry.
Emily Critchley has joined FWP as an apprentice and has been appointed to the role of receptionist at the Ribblesdale Place office in the heart of Preston’s business district.
FWP, which also has offices in Manchester and London, is well-known for sports stadia and healthcare design work, though its portfolio is much wider and ranges from heritage projects to leisure developments.
The firm is involved in a host of multi-million-pound health, sports, leisure and cultural projects for a range of clients including the NHS and local authorities. They include the sensitive restoration of Rochdale’s historic town hall.
David Robinson, managing director of FWP, said: “We’re delighted to welcome these new members to our Preston team and we are looking forward to seeing the strong, positive contribution they will bring to our business.
“The appointments come at a time when we are seeing further business growth on all fronts and they will add to the strength-in-depth we display in all our disciplines, which is a hallmark of FWP and the services that we provide.
“Our people have a wealth of experience, and their range of knowledge ensures that we consistently deliver projects efficiently and cost-effectively.”