Ryder in merger deal with Hyett Salisbury Whitely. . .
The architectural practice headed up by RIBA presidential candidate Paul Hyett has merged with Newcastle-based Ryder Company in a move which aims to bring Ryder the benefits of presence in the capital and a broader scope of design work. The deal will also provide Hyett with a sound basis on which to launch his assault on the presidency, and the financial wherewithal to go after projects such as his South Bank tunnel idea.
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