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New directors appointed at architecture practice

Birmingham based architecture practice, Glancy Nicholls Architects has made five senior promotions following a sustained period of growth.

Martin Beaumont, Lisa Deering, Simon Jesson and Adam McPartland have been promoted to Equity Directors, joining founders Lyndon Glancy and Patrick Nicholls, along with Paul Hutt and John White, on the board. Rounding off the senior promotions, Adam Rowlands has been promoted to Financial Director.

Lyndon Glancy, who set up GNA with Patrick Nicholls 15 years ago, said: “The past 12 months alone has seen GNA appointed on some very exciting and high-profile projects across the Midlands, including 211 Broad Street, the UK’s first habitable super-slender tower and working on the inner city regeneration of Perry Barr.

“We are now moving into our next chapter of growth as we take on more projects both locally and across the UK. Welcoming five more talented individuals onto our Board of Directors is central to this growth. Each one brings a strong skill set that we have long-valued at GNA and will help shape the future of the company.”

GNA specialises in delivering high quality design and architecture across numerous sectors including social care, education, residential and logistics. Based in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter, it was established in 2004 and now employs over 70 people. 

GNA is also behind the designs for many of the new high-rise buildings in the city, including 100 Broad Street and One Eastside which, at 51 storeys, will be one of Birmingham’s tallest buildings.

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