This month’s moves include new appointments at Gensler and Henley Halebrown Rorrison
Nigel Lea has joined Gensler’s London office as a design director. He was previously a director at Conran + Partners, where he led the firm’s architectural team. He has more than 20 years’ experience leading award-winning office, residential, retail and masterplanning projects, notably with Eric Parry Architects, where he delivered the new London Stock Exchange and Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park in Knightsbridge.
Henley Halebrown Rorrison has appointed three new associates.
Noel Cash joined the firm in 2007, and recently completed The Yard, a new public space for the University of Roehampton, and winner of Best Public Outdoor Space BDA Awards 2012. He is also an architecture lecturer at Kingston University.
Neil Rodgers joined in 2006, and was project architect for 1-6 Copper Lane, London’s first co-housing scheme, which was completed last year.
Rhiannon Sutton joined in 2007, becoming practice manager later that year. She looks after office management, public relations and marketing.
Programme management consultancy Turner & Townsend has appointed Patricia Moore as UK managing director for infrastructure. She was previously head of rail with the firm, working with clients such as HS2, Crossrail and Transport for London. She will be responsible for the firm’s strategic direction and growth in the infrastructure sector.