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IDC Architects expand science and healthcare team

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April 24 2012

IDC Architects expand science and healthcare team
IDC Architects, owned by Denver based CH2M HILL, have announced that they have appointed principal architect Bob Hedivan as a key member of its Glasgow based science and healthcare team.

Hedivan, a former associate director at Boswell, Mitchell & Johnston, will join several of his former colleagues in the venture; including head of architectural discipline Allan Thomson and senior architect Graeme McVitie.

With experience in PPP/PFI projects Hedivan will focus on the technology sector in Europe, Asia and the US.

IDC Architects President Tim Meier said: “Even before the economy began to recover we saw a significant uptick in demand for labs and other science buildings from universities as well as private sector clients.

“In particular there’s been a big demand for new as well as renovated buildings that are more energy efficient and economical to operate, but also have the architectural excellence to complement a strong university or corporate brand. We see this new team making a big contribution toward our goal of taking IDC Architects to new  levels of prominence in the growing life sciences markets.”

2 Comments

dirige
#1 Posted by dirige on 24 Apr 2012 at 12:22 PM
Stop the press, a practice has hired a new member of staff.
David
#2 Posted by David on 24 Apr 2012 at 15:20 PM
Is this supposed to be news?

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