Brock Carmichael appoints fourth partner
The Liverpool-based architect has promoted Phil Malthouse to partner as the firm’s client list expands.
Previously associate architect, Malthouse joins the firm’s three other partners, Chris Bolland, Michael Cosser and John Cassell.
Malthouse joined Brock Carmichael from Blok in 2016 after spending two years as senior architect with the now defunct firm.
He was made associate at Brock Carmichael the following year, a post he held for two and a half years before his recent promotion.
Malthouse is currently working on projects including Baltic House and the 10-storey, 200-bedroom Cruise Terminal Hotel on Liverpool Waterfront. He has previously delivered projects for clients including Crossfield Group, Torus and Liverpool City Council.
Cosser said: “As the practice celebrates its 45th year in business, this latest evolution of the firm’s succession plan, its ‘fifth generation,’ signifies our confidence in the future of the business.”
Commenting on his promotion, Malthouse said: “The practice is well established with a great track record and an exciting future. With the support of a fantastic team, this provides an unmissable opportunity for me to become part of the business and assist in its further growth with both new and existing clients.”