Trevor joined LSI in 1999, following a decade with Burrell Foley Fischer, working on award-winning arts projects, such as the remodelling of the Theatre Royal, Winchester. He became a partner in 2001 and principal in 2004.
At LSI, a decade’s work for Norwich Union (Aviva) resulted in RIBA awards for the Aviva Staff Restaurant, HQ Atrium and Surrey House projects, a BCO award for interiors in the Reed and Willow House offices, and several Data Centre projects. Trevor has led further award-winning work including a private house on The Broads won a national sustainability, and RIBA Housing Awards and LSI’s winning entry into an international competition for an Eco-Villa for Qatar.. Trevor is passionate about sustainable design and leads LSI’s Sustainability steering group. He was instrumental in the preparation of LSI’s innovative Sustainable Design Guide for LSI.
More recently, Trevor has completed a number of projects at the University of East Anglia, including the RICS Award winning Crome Court student residences project, the 514 bed Hickling House and Barton House student residences and significant refurbishments of Union House, Lecture Theatres and Library.
He provides strong client liaison and design skills across a broad range of project types. Trevor is a keen watercolour artist and has exhibited at Royal Watercolour Society exhibitions on multiple occasions.