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AJ120 #=106: Feilden+Mawson

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24 employed architects, 25% female architects, new entry

Feilden+Mawson re-enters the AJ120 rankings thanks to increased fees and what it describes as a ‘satisfactory profit margin’. The practice, with offices in London, Norwich, Cambridge and Prague, also scooped a RICS regeneration award for the Trinity House customer centre for Northumbrian Water. Feilden+Mawson operates in both private and public sectors with the Portman Estate and the Palace of Westminster among key clients. Therefore the conservative election win is something of a double-edged sword – the firm welcomes the increased confidence in the market an outright winner is sure to bring, but also expects reduced public spending. The practice singles out recruiting in a buoyant market as the biggest challenge it faces.

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