The firm that recently oversaw the delivery of the Titanic Belfast tourist attraction and venue – a Â£100 million development – Todd Architects has announced that it will open new offices in London, according to an article published by Conference News.
Located in Hammersmith, the office will allow the company to work on two recently secured, new residential projects in the capital – including overseeing the development of a penthouse apartment complex at Baltimore Wharf, and an executive architect role on a redevelopment project in the north of London.
Paul Crowe, managing director of Todd Architects, commented on the opening of the new London office.
He said: “We have a strong record of delivering projects for both public and private sector bodies in London, including University College London, Kingston University, a number of London Boroughs, Westfield, Telereal Trillium and Mapeley.
“With the property market in London and the south-east of England continuing to improve we’re keen to re-establish a physical presence in city and seek out new opportunities,” Mr Crowe concluded.
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