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Adam McPartland

Glancy Nicholls

Birmingham - Sky High Living (includes a case study on The Bank on Broad Street)

As one of the lead designers, director and a Chartered Architect at Glancy Nicholls Architects, Adam works closely with clients; developing concepts and exciting new visions.

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Neal Morgan-Collins

Design Delivery Unit

Neal heads up Design Delivery Unit, an executive architecture studio part of the Scott Brownrigg Group. Neal originally joined Scott Brownrigg’s London studio in 2007.

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Tony Palgrave

Project Director

The Shard : Innovations in Design and Construction

Tony is Construction Director for the Major Projects Business Unit at Mace. He is responsible for overseeing the safe and successful delivery of a range of projects for the business unit.

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John Parker


The Shard: innovations in Design and Construction

John Parker is a Director of WSP Structures in London, where he has been involved in many of the company’s highest-profile projects.

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Dave Tyson

Managing Director

Dave’s experience spans over 30 years, working as a principal, director/partner and being responsible for the delivery of building structures and civil engineering projects with build values in excess of £100 million.

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Steve Watts

Chairman / Partner
CTBUH / Alinea Consulting

Steve has unrivalled knowledge and experience in the economics of tall buildings, working on a number of high profile towers. He was the inaugural Chair of the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat’s UK Chapter in 2015 and has been the official Chairman of the global Council since October 2017.

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Albert Williamson-Taylor


A Case Study on One Park Drive

Albert Williamson-Taylor was one of three founders of AKT II, a structural and civil engineering firm founded in 1995.

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