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Key appointment made by Gloucester-based design architects

A Gloucester architectural firm have made a key appointment to its commercial, leisure and lifestyle team.

Quattro Design Architects have appointed Nigel Eckersall to the practice as a senior architect and project manager.

Mr Eckersall has delivered a number of high-profile international projects over his career in both the public and private sectors.

He has worked with some of the planet's leading retail and hospitality brands and brings a wealth of experience to the firm.

His expertise in feasibility planning, design, operation and construction to ensure projects are commercial successes make him a key new recruit.

Quattro director Robert Walder said: "It's wonderful being able to bring Nigel's exceptional skill set and dynamic personality into the team and I'm really looking forward to working with him.

"His knowledge of the delivery of high end projects in hospitality and leisure will ensure that the quality of our consulting services meet the growing demand in these sectors."

Based in stunning offices at Gloucester Quays,  Quattro Design Architects are celebrating their 35th anniversary in 2019.

Originally founded in 1984, they have a rich history in the education, health and leisure, housing and elderly care sectors.

The addition of Mr Eckersall will allow the firm to service both existing and new clients with a growing portfolio of commercial and hospitality projects.

Find out more about Quattro by visiting http://www.quattrodesign.co.uk/. Contact the team on 01452 424234 or email info@quattrodesign.co.uk.

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