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Architectus bolsters Transport team with senior appointment

We are delighted to welcome Senior Associate, Vivian Sin to the senior leadership team.

Vivian Sin brings over 12 years’ experience working on major international projects in the transport sector. Principal and National Sector Leader for Transport, Robert Ousey said “Vivian’s expertise in leading some of the most complex Crossrail projects in the UK will significantly enhance our transport design capabilities. We welcome Vivian to Architectus at an exciting time in the evolution of our practice, and we look forward to working with her to continue to expand our transport portfolio.”

Vivian has led large, multi-disciplinary teams, co-ordinating and delivering designs through all work stages. Most recently, Vivian co-led the transport and infrastructure sector at Hawkins\Brown Architects in the UK. She was the lead architect on Liverpool Street Crossrail, one of the most complex Crossrail stations in London.

Learn more about her here.


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