Jenna Fife joins the firm from Sheppard Robson, where she was responsible for a number of high profile residential projects in the capital
Leading Liverpool architects Falconer Chester Hall has announced the appointment of Jenna Fife, who has spent five years in London with Sheppard Robson, where she was responsible for a number of high profile residential projects.
Jenna will spend three months in FCH’s London studio before her full-time relocation to Liverpool. As a project architect she will be responsible for a number of the firm’s large student and residential projects.
“Jenna brings first rate experience and creativity to bear on a key market sector for us,” said managing director Adam Hall.
“The London residential market is tightly regulated and her eye for detail and design rigour are real positives that come from working in the capital. We’re delighted to have her on board.”
Liverpool-born Jenna studied architecture at the University of Liverpool before moving to the capital in 2009 for the first of two stints with Sheppard Robson. She said: “Liverpool has changed enormously since I’ve been away and the opportunity to join the practice that is in the thick of the city’s re-development was a major attraction.
“My wider experience designing residential and hotel projects also fits in neatly with FCH’s workload and I’m looking forward to contributing as much as I can.”
Falconer Chester Hall’s Liverpool studio now employs 75 staff. Current projects on site include the 34-storey Lexington residential tower at Princes Dock for Moda Living, the 39-storey Infinity development for Elliot Group and the £80m Parliament Square project for Legacie Developments.