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By Sarah Breedon – 10th March 2021

Corstorphine & Wright has always invested in the development of our in-house Architectural Technologists and supports the wider training opportunities in this field.  

Two of our valuable team members, Technical Director, Michael Turner MCIAT and Associate Director, Daniel Crann MCIAT recently met up with James Evans on the communications team at CIAT to talk about the practice’s history and our continual commitment in support of chartered membership progression.

The Corstorphine & Wright team spans the length and breadth of the UK and the practice is currently working on over 450 live projects across a wide range of sectors including residential, industrial, bluelight, commercial, education, retail and leisure.

This diversity of projects mapped with design innovation is most certainly impressive and is the reason Corstorphine & Wright has grown into a leading UK practice with plans for continued growth.

Michael told CIAT

we design spaces that translate requirements, constraints and opportunities into places that are more than the sum of their parts. Best known for sector depth and breadth, this enables Corstorphine & Wright to give its clients the very best in insight, sector knowledge and guarantees quality of work.

The practice has a well-established balance of Chartered Architects, Chartered Technologists, Technicians and Designers, this ensures our clients benefits from not just design excellence but successful delivery and buildability.

Read the full interview here.

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