Published On: 24/01/2024|1.5 min read|

Calderpeel Architects appoints a number of team members to Associate, Associate Director and Director level

A total of 11 employees have been promoted to associate, associate director and director positions at Altrincham/Sheffield-based Calderpeel Architects alongside the firm’s recent MBO.

Now with Mark Massey, Ewen Miller and Andy Lightfoot at the helm, the RIBA-Chartered practice is poised for growth, with the promotions being a demonstration of the company’s commitment to continuing professional development.

Promoted to the position of associate are Melanie Sheridan, Chris Littler, Amanda Boynes, Christine Roles, Mike Park, Chris Stubbs and Richard Moore. Adam Granby, Huss Al Alwan and Nick McKinnon have assumed the role of associate director and Chris Parks has been elevated to director.

Renowned for projects such as Salboy’s ongoing residential scheme at Castle Irwell in Salford, Calderpeel delivers a wide range of projects across several sectors but is best known for its work in the high-end and complex residential markets.

Speaking on behalf of his co-owners, Ewen Miller, partner at Calderpeel Architects, said: “People are truly our best asset – we simply don’t have a business without our employees, so we’re very keen to give recognition when and where deserved.

“We’re committed to supporting and developing the next generation of talent and by investing in our staff we can ensure that we’re subsequently giving the absolute best service to our clients.

“Under new ownership and with a raft of talented, promoted individuals, we’re stepping into 2024 with a positive outlook and are excited to see what the new year will bring.”

Established in 1992, Calderpeel, which also has an office in Sheffield/Altrincham, is fully ISO and IIP accredited. Founding members of the RIBA student mentoring program, two of its partners are past presidents of the Manchester Society of Architects.