EDAW promotes associate director at its Manchester studio

Design firm EDAW has promoted Jaimie Ferguson to a director in its Manchester studio.

Ferguson is an urban designer and engineer with experience in large-scale urban design, regeneration and movement projects across the UK.

Currently working on the masterplan for Chester Zoo - and having previously completed projects such as the Sheffield Economic Masterplan, the mixed-use development Science Central in Newcastle and worked on schemes such as Holt Town in Manchester - Ferguson's portfolio covers a broad spectrum. He started his career at EDAW London as a senior urban designer in 2003 before moving to the Manchester office, where he was an associate director before his promotion.

"This role gives me a greater degree of responsibility over projects and for aspects such as finance and marketing," said Ferguson. "I have been quite lucky in my time here and I've had several challenging and interesting projects."


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