Regional Award and new Director for RG+P

Regional Award and new Director for RG+P

Growth at multi-disciplinary design practice rg+p continues to increase as a new director is appointed alongside regional award recognition.

Grant Giblett, who has been with the practice for seven years, has joined the board of directors in recognition of his success developing the London studio, which is poised to relocate to facilitate expansion. Established in 2012, the London studio initially started with just two architects and Grant has since grown the team to 18, representing specialists in architecture, master planning and urban design.

Grant said: “We’re working on some really significant schemes across the Boroughs; and are establishing a reputation for thoughtful and innovative design. To continue this positive trajectory, we’ve secured new premises in a prime Central London location, and construction is now underway to transform this space into the open plan environment we require. This means there’s plenty of positive change ahead, both for the team and I, as we commit to extending our breadth of work and portfolio of services.”

Capping off this exceptional period, rg+p was confirmed Architectural Practice of the Year in the Insider Midlands Residential Property Awards.

rg+p’s team collecting the Insider Midlands Architectural Practice of the Year award. (L-R) Andy Ward, Lucy Thompson, Lauren Raybould, Natalie Keene, James Badley, Rob Woolston and Arron Iliffe with sponsor, Bhavesh Amlani of Shoosmith LLP.

Director, Rob Woolston concluded: “These achievements are truly remarkable and a testament to the hard work of the team in winning new work, consolidating existing client relationships and improving our profile regionally and nationally. We’re confident these awards will stimulate yet further development and with Grant becoming a director, the business has a bright future.”

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