Due to an expanding workload, primarily in the renewable energy and energy distribution sectors, ASH has recruited two experienced employees to assist in delivering these projects from their Glasgow office.
David Ferguson, a Chartered Landscape Architect with over 5 years previous experience in landscape design and assessment, joins the team primarily to assist in a number of renewable energy and grid connection projects which ASH has been awarded. David says:
"I am very excited to be starting work with ASH. I began my career as part of an international consultancy before moving on to a large architectural practice and these posts helped me to build up a considerable knowledge of landscape and visual impact assessment for infrastructure and energy schemes, landscape design for commercial, retail, education and healthcare developments and the administration of construction contracts.
"ASH obviously has a considerable knowledge base and level of experience which I am keen to add to and I look forward to becoming part of their focussed, landscape-led team."
Louise Richardson joins ASH from a wind farm development company based in Manchester. Louise joins ASH as an Environmental Consultant and will utilise her experience gained from her development background at ASH.
Louise says she is looking forward to working with ASH and hopes to be able to integrate the skills and knowledge established during her previous role in the wide and diverse range of projects which ASH are involved in.
ASH welcomes both David and Louise to the team and wishes them success.
About ASH design + assessment
ASH design + assessment is a trading name of ASH design + assessment Limited.
ASH design + assessment is a former Partnership, established in 1979, which supplies landscape and environmental professional services associated with a broad range of environmental issues as part of an assessment and design process which can inform the promoters of public and private development.
The expertise of the company is founded upon urban and rural regeneration initiatives, transport-related assessment and design, and renewables assessment and design.Return to ASH Press Centre