Stockport based, BTP Architects have announced that conservation expert Adrian Pearson (pictured) joins the practice as a Senior Conservation Architect.
Adrian Pearson (RIBA/SCA & AABC) is a former Director at Lloyds Evans Prichard and was awarded the King of Prussia gold medal in 2016 for his conservation work at St James’ Church in New Brighton. BTP Architects hope his client network and technical knowledge will be a catalyst for allowing the firm to compete on national building conservation projects.
The conservation expert will also play a key role in building BTP’s conservation portfolio and pioneering technological innovation in the conservation field to include the use of BIM and 3D modelling.
Adrian said he was delighted to be joining a “well-respected and renowned team.” He said:
I am naturally delighted to be joining BTP. The practice is at the forefront in many areas of the industry, with an impressive track record working on historic buildings. I am very much look forward to a successful future as part of the BTP family and feel confident I can add to the growing reputation the business has garnered in the years ahead.”
During his career, Adrian has overseen several major conservation projects across the North West, including Grade I-listed sites such as Heaton Park in Greater Manchester, All Saints Church at Barton in Irwell, and the regeneration of the Grade II-listed Stanley Park in Liverpool.
Vicky Saunders, Managing Director at BTP, said Adrian’s arrival would “further strengthen” its conservation offering. She continued:
Adrian brings with him a wealth of senior management and directorial experience. His entire career has been centred around conservation architecture. With his expertise and leadership, Adrian will enable BTP to continue the development and growth of our practice.”
Established in 1947, Stockport-based BTP Architects specialise in areas such as housing design, building reuse and conservation.