Urban Green grows digital team

The Manchester-based design and environmental consultancy has expanded its digital offering with three new hires.

Senior 3D visualiser Adam Cahill joins from AO.com, bringing more than six years’ experience. Greg Hughes, graduate 3D visualiser joins from the University of Salford and software developer Nick Burrell comes to the firm following graduation from University of Manchester. The trio join Jimmy Cave in the four-strong digital team.

The news follows the appointment of two arboricultural consultants, Elisa Dore and Karen O’Shea earlier in the year to strengthen the existing arboriculture team.

Urban Green last year moved to Jactin House in Ancoats. The firm is currently working on schemes including Leisure Lakes at Mere Brow, a strategic masterplan and creation of a country park at the former Hartshead power station at Stalybridge, the renovation of the grade two-listed Brierfield Mill in Pendle and detailed design of a Homes & Communities Agency-led 330-home scheme at Cottam, Preston.

Scott Fitzgerald, managing director of Urban Green, said: “We continue to focus on building a core of repeat work with trusted clients and through their support we have continued to evolve our reputation as a practice that thinks differently and adds value.

“To attract such high calibre additions is fantastic. We feel the mix of skills and experience they bring, along with the right attitude and approach, will enable us to achieve our ambitions for sustainable growth.”

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