Cooper Cromar Architects, Buildings, Glasgow + Edinburgh, Management Buy Out, Photo, Scotland
Scottish Architecture Practice: Glasgow Design Office News, Strathclyde, Scotland
7th of October 2016
Cooper Cromar News
Cooper Cromar Practice Announcement
Cooper Cromar, one of the UK’s leading and multi-award winning Architectural Practices, is delighted to announce, as of the 1st September 2016, the successful completion of a Management Buy Out by the existing senior management team of Steven Carroll, Simon Walsh and Graham Forsyth.
This planned and well considered succession strategy is a natural progression for the business and a continuation of the role that the new Directors have already been fulfilling.
Tom Cromar, David Dool and Alan Stark will continue to maintain their significant involvement as Consultants in the Practice for the foreseeable future to ensure a smooth transition of responsibilities and the ongoing delivery of excellence in architectural consultancy services that Cooper Cromar endeavour to provide to all of their Clients.
The new Directors see this as a positive step forward in the development of the Practice and will provide the necessary continuity to ensure a successful and secure future for the business which will continue to trade as Cooper Cromar Limited.
Cooper Cromar look forward to continuing the successful relationships with Clients and business colleagues over the coming years.
Cooper Cromar – Latest Building
Uaill Training Centre Building
photo courtesy of Kingspan Benchmark and Strathclyde Fire & Rescue
Strathclyde Fire & Rescue Training Centre – 20 Feb 2013
This new £43m building in Glasgow, designed by Cooper Cromar Architects and described as one of the most advanced facilities of its kind in the UK, is now open. An academic building forms the hub of the 40 acre site, containing lecture rooms, an auditorium and an incident command training suite, while the outdoor grounds are separated into three hazard training zones.
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Cooper Cromar win awards
photo © Alan McAteer
Aurora office development
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Glasgow Buildings designed by Cooper Cromar Architects
photo © Adrian Welch
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Dan Young Building
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Edinburgh Buildings by Cooper Cromar Architects
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