Celebrating the remarkable talent, skill and leadership of the women on our team
International Women’s Day is celebrated every year on 8th March; it is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women.
We would like to celebrate the occasion by highlighting the remarkable talent, skill and leadership of the women who work for our international business; here’s a very brief summary of their most recent achievements.
Emma Alesworth and Rebecca Woodward (two of our three Associate Directors) are currently working on the development of a visitor centre in Dubai and the provision of wetland management advice in Shenzhen (China), respectively; their longstanding skills and experience in Visitor Centre Planning, Wetland Ecology and Habitat Design have won us contracts all over the world.
Anna Wilson, Freya Stacey and Bea López have been busy reviewing and editing the vast amounts of documents on wetland ecology and visitor centre planning required by our Chinese partner, Nanjing University, for their application to Ramsar for the newly established Wetland City Accreditation, which aims to promote the conservation and wise use of urban and peri-urban wetlands.
Beth Môrafon and Christine Cooper have recently finished a set of complex designs to build visitor facilities at RSPB Scotland Loch Lomond. Their hard work has paid off and we were delighted to hear that the proposed designs have been granted planning permission.
Our full team are supported by incredible office management skills from Andrea Salkeld, who covers all the international travel logistics, as well as being an expert in some of our specialist design software. She is supported by our Excel and system software champion Shirley Baggs. Together they manage our accounts and run a tight ship.
It goes without saying that we also have a fantastic team of men, who also deliver outstanding international projects.
Watch out for highlights from all our team throughout the year!