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Altrincham architectural practice enters new era following MBO

Calderpeel Architects has undertaken a friendly management buyout, assuming the reins from the founder, Harry Calder.

The transition marks an exciting era for the Altrincham firm as Mark Massey, Ewen Miller, and Andy Lightfoot (pictured) step into pivotal leadership roles within the RIBA-Chartered practice.

The trio brings a wealth of experience and a shared vision for the future of the firm.

Notably recognised for its involvement in renowned projects like Salboy’s ongoing residential scheme at Castle Irwell in Salford, Calderpeel Architects has solidified its reputation for delivering excellence across diverse sectors and is best known for its work in the high-end and complex residential markets.

Tight-knit team

Ewen Miller, managing partner at Calderpeel Architects, said: “Harry established the business over thirty years ago and has worked hard with ourselves over the last twenty to develop the business to where it is today.

“We are a very tight-knit and connected team committed to continuing this development, supporting our fantastic past and existing clients whilst simultaneously building on our strong legacy. The structural ownership of the practice may have changed, but Harry will continue to play a key role.

“Undoubtedly there will be a continued change in practice culture that we have been driving for the last few years which looks to move the practice forward by nurturing our staff, enabling the next generation of designers and working closely with like-minded professionals to create opportunities.

“This also includes the exciting appointment of Lucy Lomas as a non-executive director who will be instrumental in assisting us in evolving our strategic vision for the future.”

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