Brock Carmichael Architects has announced the promotion of Phil Malthouse to Partner in the Practice.
Managing Partner, Chris Bolland said: “Phil joined the Practice in June 2016 as a Senior Architect and became an Associate in December 2017. His promotion will strengthen our ability to manage the Practice in the light of a growing workload and expanding client list.”
Partner John Cassell said: “In addition to being a talented designer Phil has already shown that he has a natural aptitude for winning business with clients.”
Partner Michael Cosser added: “We were delighted that Phil accepted our invitation to join the Partnership. As the Practice celebrates its 45th year in business this latest evolution of the firm’s succession plan, its ‘fifth generation,’ signifies our confidence in the future of the business as well as the ongoing opportunities for career progression in the Team.”
Phil has extensive and wide-ranging project experience. Since joining Brock Carmichael he has led teams working on several important projects in the residential and leisure sectors including projects for Crossfield Group, Torus and Liverpool City Council.
Commenting on his promotion Phil, who is also a Liverpool BID Company Board Member, said: “The Partners and staff of Brock Carmichael made me feel welcome from day one. The Practice is well established with a great track record and an exciting future. With the support of a fantastic team, this provides an unmissable opportunity for me to become part of the business and assist in its further growth with both new and existing clients.”