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Senior Project Architect leaves London for Hodder + Partners

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Shane McCamley

Senior Project Architect Shane McCamley has joined Hodder + Partners after having worked at several prestigious London based practices.

Shane’s appointment comes as the Manchester-based architectural practice continues to press on with high profile projects including the £200 million mixed-use St Michael’s scheme and RHS Garden Bridgewater.

Boasting 15 years’ experience, Shane – who undertook his degree at The University of Manchester – recently worked as a project architect for Herzog & de Meuron’s RIBA Stirling Prize shortlisted Blavatnik School of Government project for Oxford University.

He has also worked on the National Theatre’s Temporary Theatre project, The Shed, Allies & Morrison’s Lock Keepers residential project, and the Northwest Cambridge & Olympicopolis projects for Stanton Williams.

Stephen Hodder MBE, Chairman of Hodder + Partners, said: “It’s fantastic that an architect of Shane’s pedigree is joining us as we continue our journey into 2018.

“The projects Shane has worked on speak for themselves which is why we believe he will help us further improve our offer across all sectors, including in education, office and residential, transport and heritage.”

He added: “It’s no secret, following our 25th anniversary year in 2017, that the next 12 months is a year of delivery. We have some very significant projects and are in a great position to take on more interesting projects too.”

Shane, who previously worked in Manchester for Stephenson Bell Architects, said he was delighted to join Hodder + Partners.

“Hodder and Partners is an architectural practice that has long been on my radar due to the quality of work it has produced over more than two decades,” said Shane.

“Manchester is also a city I’m passionate about and I’m looking forward to being involved in a number of significant projects in the city and in other parts of the UK.”