We are delighted to announce a number of recent promotions within our Practice, reflecting the strength of experience within our growing team currently embarking on a number of significant new commissions.
Clare Goode has been made an Associate of the Practice and joins the rhp Management Team.
Clare joined rhp in 2011 and during that time has worked on an extensive range of schemes including office, residential and educational projects. Her extensive experience in the education sector has seen her play a key role in successfully winning bids for Building Schools for the Future (BSF) and Academy Schools, and more recently completing schools for Cambridgeshire County Council, and the EFA under the Priority Schools Programme.
Clare is an excellent all round architect with an enviable set of skills working at all stages of design, both on new build and refurbishment projects. She prides herself in listening to clients requirements and translating these into good quality innovative and sustainable architecture. She studied at Newcastle University and graduated top of her year in her RIBA Part III examinations, qualifying in 2004. She is based at our Cambridge Studio.
We are also very pleased to announce that Alex Howes and Suzanne Drummond have been promoted to the position of Senior Architect; JoAnne Corn has been promoted to the position of Senior Architectural Technologist; Toni Page has been promoted to Senior Chartered Architectural Technologist and Tim Seru has been promoted to the position of Senior Technician.
Alex Howes has been with the Practice since 2000 and during that time has focused on working on projects within the education sector, including a complex refurbishment and extension project incorporating a new multifunctional conference and JCR facility at St Catharine’s College, Cambridge which helped the Practice to a place on the shortlist for BD Education Architect of the Year 2016.
Suzanne Drummond joined rhp in 2002 after completing an MSc in Conservation at Edinburgh College of Art. Suzanne has been responsible for a range of Conservation projects with the Practice including a refurbishment of Cambridge’s Museum of Archeology & Anthropology which was subsequently shortlisted for the prestigious and highly coveted Art Fund Museum of the Year Award. Suzanne has also developed an expertise in delivering research science facilities, both new build and refurbishments.
JoAnne Corn is an experienced member of our team, in practice for more than 20 years and with rhp since 2006. Based at our Cambridge studio, JoAnne’s recent focus has been in the education sector. Recent projects she has taken the lead on include Silver End Primary School in Essex, King’s Hedges Primary School in Cambridge and Morley Primary School, Cambridge.
Since joining rhp in 2000, Toni Page has developed and reinforced her role as a key member of the conservation team. She continues to augment her considerable historic buildings’ project experience with specialist conservation training courses. Toni is a regular contributor to Architectural Technology, the magazine of the Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists and is a CIAT membership assessor.
Tim Seru joined rhp in 2007 and is a valued member of our Cambridge team. He is a very experienced technician, with exceptional knowledge of a broad range of building types and methods of construction. He has been responsible for the delivery of a number of large and complicated projects, including the final phases of the refurbishment of the Cripps Building at St John’s College, Cambridge which won an RIBA East Regional Award and the RIBA East Conservation Award in 2016.
11 October 2016