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ASL promotes 3 to associate

The Liverpool studio of architects Austin-Smith:Lord (ASL) has promoted three team members.

Project Architect Phillip Morton, Senior Technician Geoff Dunbebin and Resource Manager Les Holleron have all been promoted to ‘Associate’ level in the Port of Liverpool Building-based practice.

Morton, who joined ASL in 2001, has contributed to a range of high- profile projects, including the redevelopment of the RIBA Award- winning project, The Bluecoat in Liverpool and the recently opened People’s History Museum in Manchester.

With the company 17 years, Dunbebin worked at the practice’s first North West office in Warrington before the Liverpool and Manchester offices opened. His experience includes leading roles in large-scale, master planning assignments such as Stockport College’s £95m flagship campus redevelopment.

Holleron joined ASL’s finance team in 2007 with a background in quantity surveying and construction economics.

The practice has also boosted its IT department with the appointment of 19-year old technician, James Whittaker. Austin-Smith:Lord is a multidisciplinary architectural practice specialising in architecture, landscape architecture, urban design, conservation and interior Design. The practice is active in a broad range of sectors across the UK and Europe with offices in Liverpool, Manchester, Cardiff, London and Glasgow.

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