Nash Partnership’s senior management team bolstered with studio design director promotion
The Bristol office of planning, design and regeneration consultancy Nash Partnership has boosted its senior management team with the promotion of John Everett to studio design director.
The firm, which has its headquarters in Bath, said the move reflected its continued growth in Bristol.
John, pictured, was previously an associate architect having joined Nash Partnership in 2010 from London-based Alan Camp Architects. He has been instrumental in building both the range and scale of projects in the city, which now include large developments up to £25m-plus in value.
Since the opening of the Bristol office two years ago, the team has nearly doubled in size to 14, with most staff working and living in Bristol.
Partner Dan Lugsden said: “Wherever we work, we make sure we understand that place from a number of perspectives. Having been immersed in the city for several years, we enjoy applying our wide-ranging skill set alongside some fantastic clients. We look forward to continuing playing our part in key city objectives and creating positive change in a growing city.”
Nash Partnership, which employs a total of 46 staff, provides an integrated offer for the built environment including architecture, planning, urban design, regeneration, spatial economics masterplanning and heritage expertise.
Current Bristol projects being managed by the practice include providing architecture services for the heritage element of the proposed regeneration of Redland High School, delivering planning, urban design and architectural work for the redevelopment of McArthur’s Yard, and delivering urban design and architectural work for the redevelopment of the Old Brewery site in Southville.