An Ipswich architectural firm have promoted a Project Architect to Director.
Bryan Wybrow, Project Architect at KLH Architects, has recently been promoted to a Director of the architectural firm, making a total of five Directors.
This comes after Bryan was elected as Chairman of RIBA Suffolk for a second year, having been elected to take over the role from the late Mark Savin.
Talking about his promotion, Bryan said: “I am exhilarated to have been appointed director for KLH, and excited to see what 2019 has in store for us.
“With our recent team expansion, we have started on a new office extension to allow us to bring the whole team into one space, which is also incredibly exciting for us.”
Bryan, who joined the KLH team in 2014, is an integral member of staff with considerable team leading experience on major projects within the public, healthcare, education and commercial sectors.
He oversaw the transition to using Autodesk Revit for all live projects within KLH Architects shortly after he joined the company.
He also said: “With our current projects and also upcoming projects, we are hoping to continue developing and expanding as a company.”
KLH Architects is an RIBA chartered practice which provide design, planning and project management expertise in healthcare, residential, commercial and leisure development in East Anglia and London.