Muse strengthens Southern team
Muse Developments has expanded its London office with three new appointments, bolstering both its development management and project management teams.
The national developer and urban regeneration specialist is delivering an increasing portfolio of major projects across London, including schemes in Lewisham, Canning Town, Brentford, Tottenham Hale and Brixton and across the wider south including in Bristol, Reading and Basingstoke.
Philip Day joins the company as project director from Mace, where he worked for eight years. He has more than 15 years’ experience in delivering new build commercial and residential schemes.
Michael Orr has taken up the role of development director, joining Muse from Lend Lease where he worked from 2008. He has a broad range of experience, across a variety of sectors, gained through involvement in a number of major projects across London.
John Robinson also joins the company as development director from Kier Development where he worked for four years. He brings a broad range of residential and commercial experience to the company.
Mike Auger, Muse’s regional director for the South, said: “It’s an exciting time for Muse, with landmark developments underway across London and the south. Our new team members bring with them a breadth of experience and skills, which will play a vital role in delivering key projects. Each one of them I’m sure will be a valuable asset to Muse going forward.”
Muse has also recognised a number of key achievements and outstanding contributions within its workforce, with three recent promotions. Thomasin Renshaw, part of the company’s southern team and Wes Erlam in the North West, have both been promoted to development director. Alan McBride, who is based in Muse’s Leeds office and works on projects across Yorkshire and the North East, has been promoted to project director.