The architectural practice, Stephen George + Partners have announced that their Birmingham office will be relocated to larger premises. The architectural firm will be moving their offices to Longbridge Technology Park after a search for larger premises.
Stephen George + Partners have recently carried out a localised merger with the Birmingham-based company, MKguru Architect Ltd. The move has demonstrated the significant level of expansion that has taken place at Stephen George + Partners in the West Midlands area. The practice has also seen the appointment of a new project Architect, Juma Chipeta. The appointment will lead to an enhancement of the already expansive technical and BIM expertise.
The Midlands region of the country is seeing a great deal of economic growth with continually strong levels of investor confidence in property and development. The move for the architectural practice to larger, permanent offices is a demonstration that Stephen George + Partners are dedicated to driving future growth in the long term across the region. The company has announced that they will also be looking to increase their workload in the residential, retail, leisure, commercial and industrial areas. The company have developed a reputation that is enviable, for delivering quality design and robust delivery.
The new Project Architect, Juma Chipeta has 25 years of experience in consulting practice. Juma will be joining Stephen George + Partners from Walker Troup Architects, where he worked on a range of residential developments across the Midlands region. No doubt, Juma will be an asset to the company and will flourish in his new position. In the past, Juma has most recently worked on a 150-home scheme that took place on the former Armitage Shanks Tap Works in Wolverhampton. In his new role, Juma Chipeta will be in a hands on position when managing projects on behalf of clients as well as overseeing the Birmingham office expansion of their BIM capabilities across all sectors.