Leading architecture firm GT3 Architects has bolstered its team with a new client relationship and development lead. Stephen Parker will join the practice, working with a national remit and forming part of its leadership team.
With more than 35 years’ experience in the business sector, Stephen joins GT3 after more than a decade working for tier one contractor Willmott Dixon as its national leisure and hotel sector lead. The two firms, GT3 Architects and Willmott Dixon, have previously worked together on a number of award-winning sport and leisure schemes as well as the latter’s new Weybridge offices.
“I have known and worked with GT3 and its directors for many years and in that time have collaborated to create exciting and award-winning projects so moving over to the firm was an easy decision. We share the same professional understanding and vision so I can’t wait to get started.
GT3 Architects is known for its people architecture approach to creating spaces which aligns perfectly with my passion for developing strong and supportive client relationships, while understanding their needs and objectives.”
Stephen will support GT3’s designated sector leads, which were announced last year, helping them to deliver their objectives and mentoring members of staff across all levels.
The firm recently won the prestigious Constructing Excellence ‘People Development’ award for its focus on personal and professional development, led by its designated ‘people champion’.
Simon Dunstan, director at GT3 Architects, said:
“Stephen’s appointment indicates our commitment to the growth ambitions of GT3 Architects. We’re delighted to welcome Stephen to the business and look forward to seeing how he can continue to strengthen our offering to both our key clients and our growing team.
Having worked with Stephen on some of our most successful projects while in his previous role, we’re confident that he’ll fit right in and accelerate our business goals for 2022 and beyond.”
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