Falconer Chester Hall unveils nine promotions

Liverpool architecture practice Falconer Chester Hall announces nine new promotions at the firm’s Liverpool and Manchester offices

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There have been a number of promotions at Liverpool architects Falconer Chester Hall


Architects Falconer Chester Hall (FCH) have made nine promotions as the firm continues to strengthen its team following a number of new instructions.

With offices in Liverpool, Manchester, and London the 80-strong practice has secured a contract with Packaged Living to design a residential apartment scheme in Old Hall Street in Liverpool. This scheme is currently under public consultation.

Work for another client, The Other House continues on its residents’ club in Covent Garden. And the practice has just completed the latest addition to the luxury Liverpool hotel market, Municipal Buildings, M Gallery hotel. 

The promotions are at their Liverpool and Manchester studios: 

  • Jack Farrell and Jonathan Kinnear – promoted from senior architect to associate.
  • Emily Hickey, Ryan Jones, Tom Gregory, and Andrew Anderson-Jones – promoted from architect to senior architect.
  • Sam Tinsley – promoted from technician to senior technician.
  • Marta Parkinson and Rasheed Ennin – promoted from part II architectural assistant to senior designer.

Promoting from within gives us immense satisfaction, we are really pleased to be able to offer the senior promotions to recognise the talent we have in our team,” said FCH director Quentin Keohane. 

“We set high standards for promotion and are committed to nurturing and developing our employees.

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“The dedication and hard work of those being promoted this year has significantly contributed to the strengthening of our business as we continue to evolve and grow.

“We are also really proud of receiving consistent, positive feedback from our clients about our talented and committed staff,” added Mr Keohane.

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