Architect Scott Mackenzie has been appointed to BDP’s board of directors. Scott has significant experience in the education sector and his appointment will strengthen the leadership in the Glasgow studio. He is currently working on new build facilities for both Inverness and Kilmarnock Colleges and the University of Strathclyde’s Technology Innovation Centre. He is also project director for the Robert Gordon University Garthdee Campus, which involves the consolidation of the University's estate at a stunning campus on the banks of the River Dee. Scott joined BDP in 1999 and has been a director since 2006.
Martin Pain has been appointed architect director in the Birmingham studio. He recently joined BDP from Glenn Howells Architects. His main focus continues to be on urban regeneration, masterplanning and residential. Having delivered many major residential-led development projects throughout the UK, Martin has built up over 15 years’ experience primarily in the private sector and specialises in the areas where design can add development value.
Jeremy Farrington has been appointed architect director, and moves to BDP’s Shanghai studio to take up the role of studio leader. He is responsible for the day to day running of the studio and project coordination, with the objective of contributing towards the development and expansion of the China business and helping to secure new work. Jeremy joined BDP in 2005 and was previously based in the London studio working on large scale retail projects.