Anderson Bell + Christie

Three years employee-owned and looking to our future

Anderson Bell + Christie continues to evolve under employee ownership. The business has appointed five non-executive directors, and three new team leaders to support the successful ongoing development of its employee-owned business model. Board Director, Jonathan McQuillan, at the award-winning architecture practice said,“These internal promotions are a significant step in the evolution of our employee-owned business. They reflect the incredible talent, skill, and dedication of our team. These changes form part of our wider goal to empower all employee owners, who are the driving force of our successful business. The team will continue to improve our level of service while creating opportunity at every level of the business”.

Amy Knowles-Brown, Hannah MacFarlane and Sarah Brown have been promoted to Team Leaders, managing our employee owners on project delivery while coordinating resource allocation across the practice.  

Our Project Directors, Matt McPhee, Mark Sneddon and Caroline Dearden have expanded roles in project delivery and business development. They will focus on our plans for growth and more direct support for, and contact with, our clients.

Jane Donoghue, Architectural Service Director, will develop our people, culture, and services. She will take on responsibility for effective knowledge transfer across the business in order to achieve ongoing, continuous improvements for our clients.

Rowena Statt, Research and Development Director, will lead Anderson Bell Christie’s research and development programme in partnership with Scottish academics. The research investigates zero carbon design, accessible living and lifetime intergenerational neighbourhoods. " 

Anderson Bell Christie will celebrate three years of successful employee ownership this May. Board Director, Adam Bell, said: ”We are absolutely delighted for Amy, Hannah, Sarah, Caroline, Matt, Mark, Rowena, and Jane. These new appointments are a fantastic way to mark three years of employee ownership.”