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Miriam White takes on new RMJM role

RMJM has announced plans to strengthen its London studio, starting with the appointment of a new top team. Miriam White, previously of Foster and Partners and Rafael Viñoly Architects, joins this week in the newly created position of Operations Director.

During her 10 years with Foster and Partners and three years with Rafael Viñoly, she acted as project director on mixed-use, office and transportation projects in London and overseas, including Battersea Power Station Development, HSBC International Headquarters at Canary Wharf and Spittalfields Market office development.

Her international work includes Raffles City in Bahrain, a high end waterfront residential development; Hong Kong International Airport; and the Museum of New Zealand, the country from where she originates.

RMJM’s Chairman of Global Delivery, Marcus Noble, said: “While RMJM has been expanding into new territories overseas, with offices just opened in Bahrain, Istanbul and Doha, it’s vital that we maintain a strong base in our domestic market. Miriam’s appointment represents the first stage in our renewed investment in our flagship London office to build on our success to date. I will shortly be announcing additional strategic appointments, each of which will significantly raise the profile of our London studio and our competitive position in the city.”

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