Watkins Gray International entered the AJ100 for the first time this year with 44 architect employees and a ranking of 48
It’s been a remarkable year for Watkins Gray International, which not only entered the AJ100 for the first time this year, but also broke the top 50, with 44 architect employees and a ranking of 48. The practice completed 12 projects across a range of sectors in 2008, including healthcare, housing, education and offices. Last year also saw the practice win its first project in Russia, plus an appointment to three out of four healthcare frameworks in the Republic of Ireland and its third, fourth and fifth Building Schools for the Future commissions. Recruitment to fulfil these obligations has resulted in the expansion and relocation of the firm’s Leeds office.
Highest First-Time Entrant is awarded to the practice which entered the AJ100 for the first time at the highest position this year
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