Ingleton Wood have recruited a new senior architect to join the team and help grow the business in the region.
Malcolm Clarke, 35, is a member of the Royal Institute of British Architects, who started his training 15 years ago. He has been working in the construction industry ever since with a concentrated focus on regeneration during the past ten years.
He joins our successful architectural team to help continue our work on a diverse range of sectors such as housing, healthcare, commercial, education and defence with project values of up to £50m.
He has a strong commercial background, having been integral in the design and delivery of shopping malls throughout the UK: St Enoch Shopping Centre in Glasgow and Westfield Stratford City to name a few.
Our architectural work across East Anglia includes Canary Quay in Norwich, Albion Wharf, Ipswich, and a variety of South Essex schemes at local schools and hospitals.
Malcolm believes he will be a good fit in the team: “I’m a flag bearer for ‘form follows function’ and really believe architecture can be a tool to improve the lives of people that use our buildings.
“I’m looking forward to engaging with new clients and providing them with the best possible design solutions, which I hope will meet and exceed their expectations.
Paul Cavalier, Partner, said: “We are really pleased to have an architect of Malcolm’s calibre and background join the team. Ensuring buildings look good and work well for those living and working in them is vital, not just on a practical level but for wellbeing, too.”
New Senior Architect at Ingleton Wood Malcolm Clarke