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Careers: On The Move

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This week’s career moves include management changes at Architype and NBBJ


Architype has appointed Jonathan Hines, currently co-director, to replace managing director Bob Hayes, who is stepping down. Hayes will continue to work with the firm as a senior consultant. Ben Humphries, current associate director of the London office, and Mark Barry, current associate of the Hereford office, will be joining Hines on the board. Humphries and Barry will take responsibility for managing the London and Hereford offices respectively.

David Lewis has become the first ever non-US partner of NBBJ. Lewis is head of the firm’s London office, which has worked on key science, health and education projects. Rebecca Mortimore has been made an NBBJ principal. Mortimore was responsible for delivering the practice’s Materials Science & Metallurgy building at the University of Cambridge.

Three new members have been appointed at Manchester-based Formroom Architects. Matthew O’Brien joins the practice from Cassidy & Ashton in Preston. Tom Welz has joined as a Part 2 architectural assistant and Charlotte Jepson has taken on the role of studio administrator.

LK2 has appointed Chris Burford-Bradshaw, a chartered building surveyor and a member of the RICS Building Conservation Forum, as cost and project manager. He has held senior positions with regional, national and international consultancies.

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