Corstorphine + Wright starts year with raft of promotions

National architectural practice, Corstorphine + Wright has kicked-off 2018 with 10 key promotions across its Warwick, London and Stourbridge offices.

Dan Chadwick and Chris McCurtin have been promoted to Associate Director.

Dan is currently working on a number of retail-led projects, including The Martlets at Burgess Hill in Sussex and an extension to Next at Braintree Retail Park, alongside a new assisted living development by McCarthy and Stone in Stratford-upon-Avon.

Chris is leading on a selection of projects including a mixed use development at Broad Street in Reading, and Derby Council House.

Richard Bailey, Nicola Buckley, Erica Helmetag, Jonathan Lane, Justin O’Connor, John Ridler Richard Ward and Anthony Woodsford have been promoted to Associate.

Paul Turner, Group Director at Corstorphine + Wright, said:

“We have fantastic staff who are at the heart of everything we do. Our company culture encourages knowledge sharing and career progression for those who are passionate about design and want to excel.

“These promotions support the growth our business has seen in the past 12 months and our plans future expansion plans.”

A leading national architectural practice with offices in Warwick, London, Birmingham Manchester, Canterbury, Glasgow and Dublin, Corstorphine + Wright marries over 35 years of professional experience with cutting edge technologies to produce design solutions that enhance the built environment, transform cities and communities.

An Architects Journal top 100 practice, Corstorphine + Wright aims to achieve outstanding commercial success for their clients which includes national property PLCs, leading developers, as well as property and pension funds.