A busy architects practice has taken on a new senior member of staff.
Architect Daniel Bendall has returned to his home county to join Stafford based Croft Architecture.
Daniel, of Weeping Cross, Stafford, is a RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects) qualified architect with experience of working on commercial and domestic projects.
His portfolio includes designs for a Waitrose store, school projects and a masterplan for a hotel and leisure complex in the West Midlands.
Carl Croft, Managing Director of Croft Architecture, said: “Daniel’s experience across a range of sectors such as retail, hospitals and schools is an ideal fit for our growing team.”
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Notes to Editors:
Carl Croft founded Croft Architecture in 2009 having previously worked for two prominent architecture firms in North Staffordshire. Croft Architecture is based at Anson Court, Staffordshire Technology Park, Stafford. The practice undertakes commercial and residential work. Projects include school extensions and NHS hospital developments in Staffordshire, a new lecture theatre and lobby area for the Keele University Observatory and a tea room at Belper River Gardens.
Carl, a RIBA qualified architect, is a board member of the Stafford Chamber of Commerce and was a finalist in the Young Business Person of the Year category at the prestigious Sentinel Business Awards 2013.