Grimshaw has announced a restructuring of its senior team as it marks 30 years in the industry
Andrew Whalley (pictured) has been named as the firm’s new deputy chairman. Whalley, who was formerly managing partner of the New York office, has been with the company since 1986.
Jolyon Brewis, currently managing partner of the London office, becomes chief executive, with Mark Husser being named as managing partner of the New York office and Keith Brewis continuing as managing partner in Australia. Grimshaw operates from offices in London, New York, Melbourne and Sydney.
Chairman Nicholas Grimshaw said: ‘Grimshaw is ensuring that the standard of our past 30 years is kept going for the next 30 years and beyond.
‘I’m really looking forward to working with Andrew in his new role as deputy chairman. We will continue to develop our image, brand and values, and to strengthen Grimshaw’s presence on the international stage.’