Teesside property consultant and chartered surveyor Sanderson Weatherall has expanded its architecture department with the appointment of Stephen Richardson as partner.
Stephen – pictured with partner George Penrice – brings 10 years of industry experience to the position with particular specialisms in mixed use masterplanning, new build commercial and residential development and creative reuse of existing building stock.
He joins an already established architectural team at Sanderson Weatherall and will be instrumental in further developing the firm’s offer in all aspects of architectural consultancy from concept to completion.
Commenting on his new role, Stephen said: “Sanderson Weatherall is well-known for its building consultancy offer, and as a specialist department within a multi-disciplined firm SW architecture has a distinct offer over its competitors.
“I am very much looking forward to further developing this strong reputation and creating an outstanding architectural practice offering our clients advice and consultancy on all aspects of design and development.”
Located in Roseberry House, on the Bowesfield Park development in Stockton, Sanderson Weatherall boasts a strong portfolio of architecture clients and a high level of expertise both in design and technical solutions.
Recent completed projects include the refit of Greggs’ new head office at Quorum Business Park in Newcastle, the development of the Alan Shearer Centre for St Cuthbert’s Care in Ponteland and a multi-million pound research and development facility and high quality office accommodation for DePuy in Leeds.
George Penrice, partner in the building consultancy department, added: “Stephen joins Sanderson Weatherall at a pivotal time in the ongoing expansion of our building consultancy department. His in-depth experience and skills make him a real asset to the team where he will play a key role in further developing our architecture offer to our clients throughout the UK.”
Sanderson Weatherall has regional offices in Newcastle, Teesside, Darlington, York, Leeds, Manchester, Birmingham, Bristol, Exeter and London, employs around 200 people and has a turnover of £15m.