LSI Architects is delighted to announce that Associate Partner Peter Courtney is to become an Equity Partner at the Practice from 1st May.
Since joining the Practice in 2009, Peter has played an integral role in the development of LSI Architects London studio, successfully delivering projects such as the Lycée International de Londres, Brent Knoll School and Queensmill ASD School.
Peter has led EFA Framework, BSF, Diocesan and Independent sector school projects with a number of notable contractors, covering traditional and D&B procurement and both new-build and refurbishment work, including the Harpley PRU in Stepney Green, recipient of two BCSE national design awards.
Previous experience in other sectors has been invaluable to the ongoing diversification of work in the London studio, including a number of office projects for the London Borough of Islington, an office project in India, and commissions at several London teaching hospitals.
Peter Courtney commented “Over the past few years the Practice has gone from strength to strength. I am very proud to have been given the opportunity to play a leading role as we continue to improve our design and our service to the benefit of our clients. I believe that the exciting opportunities ahead reflect the importance the London studio plays in the growth and direction of the Practice.”
The Practice is also delighted to announce that experienced project Architects David Bannister and Daniel Pedley are both promoted to Associates.
Since joining LSI’s London studio in 2012, David has been involved in projects such as Brent Knoll School, St John’s Green Primary School and the SS Robin Visitor Centre, with current projects including Eltham Primary School. Over his time at LSI, David has gained particular experience designing spaces for Autistic children, with projects including the conversion of a 1990s office building into a school for Autistic children to accommodate the expansion of Blossom House School in Wimbledon.
Daniel is another experienced Project Architect who initially joined LSI’s Norwich office as a Part 1 student in 2006. Since then, Daniel has achieved his Part 2 and Part 3 qualifications whilst at LSI, working on projects such as the on-shore facility for offshore energy company SCIRA and the Moy’s End Stand at Peterborough United Football Club as well as numerous education projects. Daniel is currently involved with projects at Gresham’s School in Holt, including the development of a new sixth form and music school and boarding house.