Peter joined the Castle Mall Shopping Centre team at LSI (then Lambert Scott & Innes) in 1988, spending the next 5 years on this award-winning £80M project. As job runner on a therapeutic care home for children in 1997, Peter had the opportunity to develop some early sustainability ideas, and help demonstrate the perspective that architecture is less about bricks and mortar, and more about the spaces created inside and out, and how they are used.
Peter’s current expertise is in the delivery of data centres and acute healthcare projects, largely through Aviva and a number of London and Eastern Region University Teaching Hospitals. His interest in the positive effect buildings can have on their occupants through careful design – whether staff, patients or visitors – remains at the forefront of his approach.
With an underlying emphasis on efficient design solutions and construction buildability, Peter has earned a reputation for delivering technically complex projects to demanding timescales. Peter also instigated and leads on the Technical Reviews of all LSI projects, also chairing the practice’s H&S Committee.