Allison Pike Partnership is delighted to announce that long-serving colleague, architectural technologist Louise Johnson, has been promoted to Associate Director.
Louise has been with the architecture and design practice, based in Disley, Stockport, for a total of fifteen years and over this time has developed excellent architectural and job management skills. Louise has led a number of projects in recent years, notably new-build hotel and restaurant fit-out projects for Whitbread and Mitchells and Butlers.
Chris Gill, Joint Managing Director, said:
“I’d like to congratulate Louise. Her skills, management abilities and client-care have really blossomed over recent years and she is well deserving of this promotion.”
Allison Pike Partnership was founded in 1984 by Greg Pike and Mark Allison, with John Bray joining them within the first year, becoming a partner in 1995. Chris Gill was promoted to director in 2008. In 2017 John Bray and Chris Gill became joint managing directors.
The firm’s workload has always been a mix of commercial and residential, new build and refurbishment, architecture and interiors, and the practice is well regarded for its work in the hospitality and leisure sector, particularly its long-standing relationship with Whitbread and its Premier Inn brand.
"Id like to congratulate Louise. Her skills, management abilities and client-care have really blossomed over recent years and she is well deserving of this promotion."
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