Benoy has announced the recent promotions to its directorship team across its network of global studios. Former Divisional Directors Jamie Webb, Robert Bentley and Terence Seah, within the London, Newark and Singapore Studios respectively, have been appointed this month to Directors by CEO Tom Cartledge.
“I would like to congratulate Jamie, Robert and Terence on their new roles as Directors. Proven in terms of design, build and leadership, each brings with them a new era of experience and expertise to our directorship team,” said Tom Cartledge.
Bolstering the firm’s growing residential offer, Jamie Webb joined Benoy’s London Studio in 2015. With almost 20 years’ experience, his portfolio of mixed-use, residential-led projects spans Asia, the Middle East and the UK. Grounded in the understanding of the London Design Guide and with a strong focus on all stages of the development process, Jamie has helped to integrate and propose best new practice for Benoy across the UK during his time as Divisional Director.
Based in the Newark Studio, Robert Bentley has had an established career at Benoy, working as both an Architect and Masterplanner across a wide range of sectors. He has been influential in shaping the firm’s portfolio in city centre developments with projects including Union Square in Swindon, The Round in Telford and the Masterplan for Manchester City Centre.
Terence Seah joins his new role as Director alongside his position as Head of Benoy’s Singapore Studio. Skilled in diversity, his portfolio ranges from large-scale, mixed-use masterplans to individual retail and residential designs, bringing valuable insight to his Team as they expand across the Asia-Pacific region. He is currently involved in the delivery of the high-profile Jewel Changi Airport development in Singapore.
“As true assets to our company, I am proud to welcome Jamie, Robert and Terence to our directorship to not only lead their respective teams and regions to greater heights but also Benoy across the globe. Celebrating 70 years in the industry next year, I am proud to see Benoy recognised for its heritage, and also for its commitment to building the next generation,” concluded Tom.