We hope you enjoy our latest Insights, issued externally on 26 February.
Located in Haarlem, the pioneering architectural practice is delighted to have successfully recruited Dutchman Wouter Peltenburg to lead the team.
After three years of searching for a training partner to deliver a solution to the construction industry skills gap, Mark Thompson’s ideas became reality thanks to Gateshead College.
One of the most coveted sites in Glasgow now boasts one of its most innovative buildings with completion of a new palliative care centre by the Prince and Princess of Wales hospice.
The north east will celebrate everything built with wood as the first WoodFest comes to Newcastle in December, with an exciting lineup of events organised by the UK timber industry’s campaign, Wood for Good.
Following the announcement in August, the practice was formally awarded the accolade for their continued support to the Armed Forces in November.
November marks the 40th anniversary of senior partner Peter Buchan and 30th anniversary of managing partner Mark Thompson at Ryder.
The Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice, located in Glasgow's Bellahouston Park, was officially opened by Eva Bolander, Lord Provost of Glasgow, and Lady Clark, chairwoman of Arnold Clark.