Assael trio earn promotion

Leading practice of architects, Assael has recognised three of its architectural staff with promotion. Assael‘s Senior Architects Tim Chapman-Cavanagh and Rory O’Hagan have both become Associate Directors and Liz Wilks becomes a Senior Architect with the practice.

Tim Chapman-Cavanagh has worked on a number of significant mixed-use and residential projects since joining Assael in 2007, including Hammersmith’s Queens Wharf riverside scheme, which has recently acquired planning, along with North Wharf Gardens the 1.5 acre site in Paddington Basin and the Osiers Gate scheme providing the largest tower in Wandsworth. His main area of expertise is taking the design from appraisal stage to development of concept design.

Meanwhile, Rory O’Hagan – a residential and mixed-use specialist – has been the key architect behind the vast Renaissance scheme for Barratt London in Lewisham, one of the biggest residential schemes currently under construction in London providing 800 homes.

Liz Wilks has played an integral part in the planning and implementation of Brentford’s Great West Quarter since 2004, including Wallis House, as well as schemes on High Street Sutton and Waldegrave Road. Liz is also currently working on a variety of feasibilities and planning applications varying from a single four-storey townhouse to a 27-storey residential tower

John Assael, Chairman at Assael Architecture commented:

“The contribution made by these members of the team has been invaluable and their promotions are well-deserved. Rewarding excellence and hard work is key to the success of any practice.”