Building on the successes of 2020, Leeds headquartered Chartered Architects DB3 Architecture have announced further plans aimed at readying the award winning firm for a post COVID-19 future. Having rebranded the long established business and integrated a fresh management team throughout the course of last year, with a business plan which focuses on the businesses core expertise and services alongside fresh innovation, DB3 has moved from strength to strength.
Having re-joined the firm a year ago, in an interim capacity as joint managing director, Nathan McNamara will now fully take on the day to day running of DB3 Architecture and in delivering its plans. Long term managing director Alistair Hamilton remains with the business as chairman and a main board director and will continue to support DB3 in the future.
Tom Hill who is the main board director responsible for the DB3 Leeds studio has already made significant impact since joining the firm last summer, and has plans to relocate the DB3 Headquarter into central Leeds as part of a country wide strategy to serve all main business centres in the UK.
In addition, Charlotte Scaife has accepted a promotion to associate director and will take on the day to day management of all Business Development activity including Bid preparation and submission as well as the marketing function.
Alistair Hamilton congratulated the team, saying “After 13 years at the helm, I’m delighted to hand over the baton to Nathan and his team, and I wish them every success for the future.”