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Peter Jenkins

Peter Jenkins

Architect director, Head of transport Manchester
+44 [0]161 828 2200

Peter chairs the transport sector and is widely experienced in rail related transportation work.

Peter has led projects over a wide range of sectors, including rail and bus stations, residential developments, mixed use and public schemes including Middleton Arena and The Wharf Droylsden.

His main focus has been the regeneration of both Manchester’s Piccadilly and Victoria stations and the multi award winning Ordsall Chord which connects the two for the first time. It is a key part of the Northern Hub project which unlocks railway routes, improves connections and provides faster journey times across the north of England with Manchester at its centre.

The Ordsall Chord is a series of new bridges and viaducts in one of the most important sites in the history of the railway, adjacent to Liverpool Road Station which was the first passenger railway station in the world.

What will define the architecture profession in the future?

“Sustainability must be the key driving force of the industry, in terms of energy use, material specification and public engagement with spaces.”


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