Laura Sherliker, who has 16 years’ experience working within leading architectural practices, joins FDG from Purcell, where she held the role of an associate.
During her time at Purcell, Sherliker was involved in schemes that include the Manchester Museum extension, the redevelopment of the old Bristol General Hospital into a modern residential area in the city centre, and Bridgewater Wharf, on the Ordsall River Corridor.
She said: “I am looking forward to an exciting future at FDG, a practice where design conscious projects that positively shape our environment through listening and teamwork is a priority. FDG is fortunate to have a healthy portfolio within the region and beyond.”
“I look forward to playing a key role in delivering this vision and working alongside the team to provide a range of agile services that respond to the evolving needs of our clients.”
FDG, which specialises both in the design of complex advanced manufacturing and science laboratories for the likes of the Universities of Cambridge, Liverpool and Nottingham, currently employs approximately 55 people across its Manchester, Southampton and Cambridge offices.
Our Managing director, Richard Sagar said: “Laura will be a valuable addition to our senior management team as we navigate the challenging market conditions we currently find ourselves in and look to the future.”