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Weston Williamson Architects

Weston Williamson Architects have confirmed the appointment of Rob Naybour as a main board director of the practice, with immediate effect.

Weston Williamson has grown into a 60-strong practice, driven by a significant pipeline of transport related projects and a growing workload in residential, public and commercial buildings.

A highly experienced transport architect who joined the practice in 2003. Naybour is currently in charge of some of Weston Williamson's largest and most prestigious transport projects. These include the £500 million upgrade of Victoria underground station, design development and value engineering at Farringdon station as part of the Crossrail initiative, and integrated proposals for Paddington Station incorporating transport facilities and commercial development.

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