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3DReid Appoints Noel Street as Director

Award-winning architecture practice 3DReid appoints Noel Street as Director to its Birmingham studio to develop strategic business partnerships and build upon the firm’s outstanding reputation for design and delivery excellence. 

 

A leading national practice providing full architectural services from five studios throughout the UK, 3DReid Birmingham – led by Mark Anders and David Burrows – has a number of major projects in Birmingham and the West Midlands currently including Merry Hill shopping centre in Dudley, the redevelopment of the Touchwood Shopping Centre in Solihull and Primark’s new flagship store in Birmingham city centre. A specialist in transforming redundant or poorly performing buildings into distinctive, modern and efficient spaces, 3DReid recently won ‘Refurbishment Architect of the Year’ in the BD Awards 2017.

 

3DReid appoints Noel from Stephen George + Partners where he was a Director based in their Leicester office and prior to this, Noel was Studio Director for AHR Architects in Birmingham.

 

“I am delighted to be joining 3DReid. I have admired its multiple award-winning architecture, values and proven delivery models over many years and I am excited to now be part of this great team.” Noel Street, Director, 3DReid

 

“Attracting someone of Noel’s calibre into the business is a great endorsement of our strategy and ambition. He brings with him incredibly strong knowledge and experience which will be vital as we continue our plans to expand our regional cross-sector clients and project workload.” Mark Anders, Group Director, 3DReid

 

Noel’s experience with architectural and multi-disciplinary companies in both the UK and Hong Kong ensures a wealth of client-relations expertise. He has successfully controlled and delivered large scale, complex projects and frameworks across the Public and Private Sectors in the UK for office, leisure, education, healthcare, industrial, transport, retail, residential, mixed-use and the MOD.

Noel is actively involved in a number of professional organisations and industrial committees including the Construction Industry Council, Greater Birmingham and Solihull Local Enterprise Partnership and the Royal Institute of British Architects on a regional and national level.

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BDC 318 : Jul 2024