Architecture and design consultancy Rothelowman has announced the appointment of Stuart Marsland to the position of Principal.
October 23rd, 2015
With a career spanning over 20 years, Stuart has extensive knowledge of architectural processes.
“Stuart’s work as a team member over the past eight years has helped cement Rothelowman’s reputation as a national leader in architecture and interior design,” commented Rothelowman. “As the firm continues to grow, Rothelowman is committed to recognising and fostering talent in order to ensure consistently high quality service for clients.”
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