Rance Booth Smith has promoted Martyn Booker to the position of director.
Martyn has been with the Practice for 14 years, having joined following the completion of his degree in architecture from the University of Huddersfield.
During his time here, Martyn has worked on high-profile projects including the Atrium at the University of Bradford. He was also involved in the restoration of Shibden Park, which included a contemporary new interpretation centre, and the Scientific Support Unit for West Yorkshire Police incorporating forensic laboratories.
Martyn’s main focuses in his new position as director will include ensuring continued client satisfaction, increasing the client base and managing the Practice.
Fellow director Linda Hollings comments “Martyn has proven himself to be an indispensable part of the team with the experience, assurance and company insight that made his promotion to director an obvious choice.
His ability to interpret the client’s needs has been key to the successful delivery of many projects, exceeding the expectations of our clients”
Our in-house conservation service, which offers consultation on historic building restoration and adaptations, is overseen by Martyn.
Martyn adds “Challenging times for the construction industry have seen an increased amount of our work focusing on developing our existing built environment, which brings great opportunities to create better spaces for people to live and work. Building Information Modelling (BIM) has also transformed how we operate since I started at RBS and has greatly improved the efficiency of projects”.
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