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Stantec announces multiple promotions

Written by: Prithvi Pandya
Published on: 6 Apr 2022

Mark Sitch [square]Planning and design consultancy Barton Willmore, now Stantec, has announced new promotions across the firms disciplines. 

The firm has made 53 promotions, appointed five new directors and 26 new associate directors.

Nina Sharp is promoted to planning director and Romy Panesar to architectural director in Reading. Gary Stevens is promoted to planning director in London, Alex Trott to urban design director in Bristol and Lorraine King to heritage planning director in Cambridge.

New associate directors include Andrew Woodrow (Glasgow); Lucie Jowett (Leeds); Steven Whitehouse, Hannah Walker and Matthew Dawber (Manchester); James Bonner and Stephanie Hawkins (Birmingham); Gareth Pritchard and Emma Sharp (Cambridge); Will Spencer, Ruth Hoggett, Patrick Clark, Camilla De Burghe, Alex Trott and Matthew Trapnell (Bristol); Adrian Cohen, Richard Web, Catherine Warren, Simon Wise and Natalia Trossero (Reading); John Markwell, Susie Stephen, Greg Mahon, Mary Mescall and Robert Devas (London); and Joshua Mellor (Kings Hill).

Mark Sitch, director at Barton Willmore, now Stantec, said: “As Barton Willmore joins Stantec, we look forward to benefiting from the additional opportunities for all our talented colleagues to continue to grow, develop, and help us solve the challenges facing our sector.  We believe in doing what is right - creating places that help communities thrive.”

Iain Painting, director at Barton Willmore, now Stantec, also commented: “In joining Stantec, we believe we are better together and will continue to offer a rich and diverse range of opportunities, to keep learning and growing, and ultimately become ever better advisors and trusted consultants.”

Pictured: Mark Sitch

Thumbnail: Iain Painting

Image credit | Stantec