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CPMG Architects

Nottingham-based CPMG Architects has promoted architect Paul Bodill to Associate Director and Group Leader.

Bodill joined CPMG in 2004 as Project Architect for the Clifton Cornerstone primary care centre in Nottingham. He is now leading on a new development for Castle College at their Carlton Road site and a conversion of a disused building on Huntingdon Street into low energy offices for engineers FG Skerrit. Bodill is also Project Leader for the practice's framework agreement with Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council.

Promoted to Associate Director and Group Leader in June, Paul will now be heading up a team of seven architects and interior designers. The promotion follows a successful start to the year for CPMG. The practice has been awarded a number of high profile contracts in the past year, including the design of a new air traffic control tower for Manchester Airport, a new £23 million building for Stockton Sixth form College in Stockton-on-Tees, and a new broad spectrum special educational needs school in Coventry.

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