Pringle Brandon Perkins+Will (PBP+W), the London-based multi-disciplinary architectural practice, has recognised eight of its staff with key promotions in its London office.
PBP+W’s Directors Charles Vine, Elad Levin, Kate Vine, Miriam White, Peter Lill, Richard Jordan, Simon Bone, Stephen Masterson and Therese Bak have been promoted to Associate Principals.
William Poole Wilson, Principal, Pringle Brandon Perkins+Will, said: “The contribution made by these members of the team has been invaluable and their promotions are well-deserved. Rewarding excellence and hard work is key to the success of the practice.”
Charles Vine has worked on a number of large scale projects since joining PBP+W in 2006 including the award winning Astellas Pharma, Surrey. His background in the contract market and now architecture provides a rare blend of practical site experience and client side understanding. His clients include News Corp and Rothschild.
Having been at PBP+W for over seven year’s Elad Levin has played an important part in the design and management of complex and challenging projects including the University of the Arts London, as well as schemes in Canary Wharf, City of London and across the UK and Europe. Elad leads the urban reuse, science and technology and higher education sectors.
Kate Vine specialises in workplace strategy and commercial interiors ranging from telecommunications media and technology to legal, corporate and financial. Kate has led many award winning projects. Kate’s clients include Microsoft, Linklaters and Oracle.
Miriam White’s expertise is in the delivery of large scale developments across all sectors including regeneration mixed use, inner city commercial, transport and education projects of urban renewal scale. Historically projects include the Hong Kong International Airport and signature towers at Canary Wharf and in Central London. Her current projects include the delivery of a 100 hectare campus for the Northern Ireland Community Safety College and various mixed use developments in the greater London area.
Peter Lill joined PBP+W in 1997 and has specialised in delivering large scale complex projects including Deutsche Bank, Allen & Overy, Linklaters and The Crystal building for Siemens. Current projects include EBRD and Linklaters.
With over 20 years’ experience in commercial fit out Richard Jordan has worked on projects across the financial, legal, corporate, accounting and public sectors. His experience ranges across all phases of a project from building selection and due diligence through to the delivery of major projects. Current projects include Ernst & Young, American Express, Liberty Specialty Markets, Macquarie Bank and Unilever.
Stephen Masterson joined PBP+W in 2007 as Associate Director. He has over 16 years business development and marketing experience and oversees the development and implementation of new business strategies and developing existing and new business client relations.
Simon Bone also joined PBP+W in 2007 and has experience across the EMEA in the healthcare, retail, education, and commercial sectors. He’s worked on several award winning projects including fit out of the University of the Arts London, the Mary Rose Museum in Portsmouth and has recently completed a project with British Airways at Heathrow. Current projects include work for Shell including the recently approved Waterloo re-development scheme.
Therese Bak joined PBP+W in 2011 and has twelve years’ experience working on a wide range of complex master planning, mixed-use, commercial and higher education projects across the UK, Europe, Middle East and United States. Her current projects include The Stage, Shoreditch – a multi-million pound regeneration scheme set to transform a significant, disused site in Hackney into a thriving new community and Fleet House, a commercial office development in City of London.