New architect joins local firm

Claire Bonner, an architect appointed to Inverurie-based William Lippe Architects' team
Claire Bonner, an architect appointed to Inverurie-based William Lippe Architects' team

A LEADING North-east architecture and space planning firm has announced the appointment of a new member of its team.

Inverurie-based William Lippe Architects has recruited Robert Gordon University graduate Claire Bonner, who became a fully qualified architect last year.

Notable projects during her career to date have included the refurbishment of Seaton Primary School in Aberdeen, work on proposed student accommodation in Leeds, and the partial repair and alteration of a Grade A listed apartment in Moray.

William Lippe said: “Claire’s addition to the team is further indication of our ongoing growth and we look forward to her playing a key role in the company’s future.”

Founded in 1985, the company has 13 staff and provides top quality, professional architectural, space planning and associated services from inception to completion, to residential and commercial clients throughout Scotland.

Among current projects the company is involved with is the new Garioch Heritage Centre which is being constructed in the old Loco Works building off Harlaw Road

The firm is based in purpose-built headquarters in St James’s Place. For further information visit www.lippe-architects.co.uk or call (01467) 622785..