Sheppard Robson makes senior appointment to Glasgow office
Architectural practice Sheppard Robson has announced a further senior appointment to its Glasgow office.
The firm has bolstered its growing team in the city with the appointment of Stacey Phillips as associate partner. Stacey joins the senior management team, arriving from Ryder Architecture to join Sheppard Robson’s expanding 30-strong office.
Ms Phillips’ appointment follows the promotion of Adam McGhee to partner last year as well as the announcement of a number of high profile project wins, including the £62 million Albany Park student residential development at St Andrews and the Knockroon Learning and Enterprise Campus in East Ayrshire.
James Dick, partner at Sheppard Robson’s Glasgow office, said: “I had worked with Stacey at a previous practice and know that her talent and passion for good design will be an invaluable addition to the office. As the office grows and we continue to win some interesting work and large-scale projects, Stacey will play a major role in driving the quality of our architecture forward.”