Rance Booth Smith Architects (RBS) has promoted three senior members of its team to Associate Directors and a Senior Technologist to Technical Manager.
They are delighted to announce that Karen Toth-Jones, Martyn Booker and Caroline Batson have become Associate Directors as of the 1st January 2017. They each front the core services of Interiors, Conservation and Sustainability respectively.
Allan Booth, one of the founding directors of Rance Booth Smith comments “Collectively Karen, Martyn and Caroline have 50 years of service with RBS so there is no doubt that we admire their skills, knowledge and commitment.
“RBS has been established for 34 years and we have decided to make a few changes in order to strengthen our team and prepare the business for the future. It is going to be an exciting time ahead and we look forward to their valuable input in the business”.
In addition Barry Drummond, who originally joined RBS in 2003, is to become Technical Manager. Barry recently returned to RBS after a short break at another practice but in total has 11 years of service with the company. Mr Booth adds “Barry is a well-respected Senior Technologist and we look forward to him assisting us to maintain our high technical standards and champion our Building Information Modelling service.
“With our improved team structure we look forward to providing our Clients with many more years of excellent service”.
RBS’s four core services are Architecture, Interiors, Sustainability and Conservation. They have delivered a range of stunning and award winning designs for a wide variety of prestigious clients across Yorkshire, including the recent Award Winning Jonathan Silver Building in Saltaire.