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Architectural Designer

Fred has experience across a range of market sectors, with particular expertise
in transport and urban design. Many of his projects have involved the phased
delivery of new infrastructure and buildings, which requires particular skill in
assessing feasibility and long-term planning. Fred’s portfolio includes many
extension and refurbishment projects that are integral to wider mixed use
master plans. These call for a particular sensitivity to local context. Fred is
experienced at programme management, ensuring that building work can be
carried out on 'live' sites, with minimal disruption to the day-to-day operation
of existing buildings and spaces. Fred has developed excellent working
relationships within the industry and often collaborates with clients across a
range of projects. Although Fred has learnt to thrive in the multi-disciplinary
environments of large London-based firms, he still enjoys the smaller, more
intimate projects and environments that he started his trade in. Outside of the
office, Fred’s interests are varied. He enjoys travel, painting and water sports...
including underwater hockey!

Fred has worked at Gebler Tooth Architects since 2010, first as a contractor and later as an Associate. Work here is mostly airport related. Fred lead a team of 6 architects in the design of a private aircraft hangar for Dyson in 2019. Fred was one of the main designers of a temporary departures terminal for athletes departing the 2012 London Olympics. Fred was also a key designer in the remodelling of Ferrero's Headquarters in London in 2015. Link to Gebler Tooth's website below:

Fred has previously worked at 3DReid Architects. Fred worked on extensions to Bristol International Airport as well as being a key designer of an extension to Heathrow Terminal 4's Departures Hall in 2006-2008. Link to 3DReid's website below:

Fred has previously worked at world renowned Arup Engineers and Architects as part of the Transport Interchange Design Team designing underground railway stations in London, Istanbul and Vancouver. Link to Arup's website below:

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