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Fosters partner steps down

A designer and strategic planner who worked on projects including the new Wembley Stadium and the Millau Viaduct in France is stepping down after 16 years with Foster + Partners

Partner Alistair Lenczner originally joined the AJ100-topping practice as its first engineer/designer in 1998.

During his career he played an instrumental role in providing cross-discipline design input on a number of major projects including the Slussen Masterplan in Stockholm, the Haramain High Speed railway stations in Saudi Arabia and the Thames Hub proposal.

He was made a partner in 2007 and has most recently been involved in competitions for the Sheikh Zayed National Stadium in Abu Dhabi and Casablanca Stadium in Morocco.

‘With Alistair now pursuing fresh challenges, we wish him all the very best for the future and thank him for his contribution to the practice over the years,’ the company said in a statement. 

Back in January, Mouzhan Majidi, chief executive at Foster + Partners, left the practice after 27 years following a management reshuffle.

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