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Team changes at Lewis & Hickey Architects in Nottingham

wantspacegotspace.co.uk - Team changes at Lewis & Hickey Architects in NottinghamNick Riley  has been made managing director of the Nottingham office of leading international firm, Lewis and Hickey Architects (L&H).

Nick, an L&H board director who also oversees the Manchester office, has been appointed following a restructure of the Nottingham team.

Nick said: “I have worked as part of Nottingham office for over 12 years and the city is a great place to do business. We have delivered a number of high profile buildings in the city to date and look to continue building on that success.

“The Nottingham office of L&H is going through an exciting period of change. We have had a presence here since 1999, following a partnership with Boots the Chemist. Today, we work with a range of clients from the city’s business community. We are also actively involved in Invest in Nottingham which is a partnership between the City Council and private business’, its focus is to promote inward investment to the City and region.

“This new role is a fantastic challenge for me and I have great confidence in our ability to continue making our mark on Nottingham and the regions urban fabric in the coming years.”

L&H is a national and international business with offices in Edinburgh, Guildford, London, Manchester and Nottingham, plus two overseas offices in Prague and Mumbai.

Paul Miele, group chief executive of L&H, said, “Nick is a strong leader of the business and continues to go above and beyond the call of duty. Nick has great vision for the company moving forward and I would like to congratulate him on his continued success.”

Posted by The Editor (wantspacegotspace) on 21st February 2013 (updated 22/02/2013)

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