Aedas is set to follow the trend of aggressive expansion into Eastern Europe by opening offices in both Warsaw and Moscow.
The practice is determined to take advantage of the accelerating growth in Russia and the new markets opened up when Poland joined the European Union last year.
The firm claims it already has a 'number of work prospects' lined up, including office and residential projects in Warsaw, an office building in Slovakia, and mixed-use developments in Croatia and central Moscow.
The new offices will initially employ 12 staff and will be managed by Michal Kus and Martin Hyams, who bring to Aedas their extensive experience of working in the region.
Aedas' new offices will be supported by those in the UK, as well as those in Hong Kong.by Ed Dorrell