Falconer Chester Hall, Pictured From Left To Right Chairman Paul Falconer, Director Quentin Keohane, Managing Director Adam Hall, Director Mike Gore
Pictured from left: Paul Falconer, Quentin Keohane, Adam Hall, and Mike Gore

Falconer Chester Hall adds fifth director

Chloé Vaughan

Quentin Keohane has been promoted to director at Falconer Chester Hall from his role as an associate director.

Keohane joined the practice four years ago from his role as a project architect at firm Mouchel and is based at its head office in Liverpool.

At FCH, he has worked on residential and commercial property schemes, including Liverpool’s India Buildings and 30-36 Pall Mall. His team also secured the lead role on a £90m scheme in Clapham Common.

According to the company, his promotion was made “in line with the business’ strategic aims and growth.”

He joins chairman Paul Falconer, managing director Adam Hall, and directors Alastair Shepherd and Mike Gore on the board.

Adam Hall said: “Quentin will be a fantastic asset to the board and I’m happy he accepted the promotion, which is aligned to the strategic growth and succession plans for the practise in the North West region.

“Quentin has a particular interest in the education sector which will complement our skill set. It is always a great pleasure to be able to promote from within to celebrate the talented members of the team.”

Keohane said: “I am looking forward to new challenges and taking a more active role in the strategic direction of the practice.

“Working here for the last four years has given me an invaluable insight into the business and Falconer Chester Hall and being the fourth director promoted to board level proves a track record of helping our team develop to its full potential.

“I am passionate about design and can help foster a desire within Falconer Chester Hall to make the most of every opportunity to improve the built environment, for both our clients and the wider community.”

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