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Gloucester-based architects expands its senior team with key appointment

Quattro Design Architects have expanded their team of senior associates with the appointment of Jonathan White.

The Gloucester Quays-based firm who have redesigned Shire Hall, Black Dog Way and numerous other projects around the county have appointed him to their Education Team.

Mr White was recently elected as vice-chair of the Constructing Excellence Gloucestershire Committee and has experience of delivering a number of high-profile projects in his career.

He brings a wealth of expertise in design, construction and building information modelling to the practice that is celebrating its 35th anniversary in 2019.

Quattro director Mike Court said: "It's fantastic to have Jon and his experience on board.

"He is a great fit for the practice and we are really looking forward to him working with us over the years to come."


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Established in 1984, and based in Gloucester, Quattro work across the Midlands, Wales and Southern England in the Education, Health and Leisure, Housing and Elderly Care Sectors.

The 55-strong workforce has one of the best views in the city from their Gloucester Quays offices from their site in Matthews Warehouse overlooking the historic docks.

From there, Mr White will play a leading role in Quattro's already established Education and Commercial team in addition to supporting the company at senior management level.

Quattro have a team of more than 50 staff in their offices at Gloucester Quays

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