We have welcomed leading Blue light and Justice architect Simon Crosby back to the fold to lead on major public sector projects.

Simon started his career in 1995 at Temple Cox Nicholls Architects and in 2000 moved to Corstorphine + Wright. Simon later worked as a director for SMC Group, now trading as NORR, until his latest appointment with the Corstorphine + Wright Group.

Recognised as one of the leading Police and Justice Architects in the country, Simon has been responsible for a large proportion of the custody suites delivered in the UK over the last five years, and has worked on a number of high security projects.

Simon has delivered high-profile, transformational public sector buildings including a new Prisoner Investigation Centre for South Yorkshire Police and a number of mental health projects in the south of England, and has been nominated for a number of awards such as BCO, Green Apple and BD best public buildings.

Simon said:

“It is really exciting to be coming back to Corstorphine + Wright having started out my career working with Mike over 20 years ago.

“With extensive experience in complex public sector projects including health, education, council and justice, I have specialist experience in delivering innovative solutions that provide tangible financial savings and benefits for public sector organisations operating under challenging financial constraints.

“I look forward to delivering our long-term strategy for the growth this area of the business with a team that are focused on delivering creative and individual designs for the future.”

Mike Lampard, Director at Corstorphine + Wright, said:

“It’s fantastic to welcome Simon back to the business. His reputation has been built on commercial acumen and the ability to deliver buildings that are not only great pieces of architecture, but transformational for the users who occupy them, generating large savings through a more efficient public sector estate.

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