Faithful+Gould expand north west operations with the opening of Liverpool office

Jon Sealy
Faithful+Gould, a member of the SNC-Lavalin Group, is expanding its north west operations with the opening of a new office in Liverpool at the Cotton Exchange in the heart of the city’s Commercial District.

The new Liverpool office builds on Faithful+Gould’s established offices in Manchester and Warrington, bringing together its world-class experts in integrated project and programme management to support the city’s major regeneration schemes.

Ged McNicholl, Regional Director at Faithful+Gould, said: “Our new office recognises the importance of Liverpool as a thriving city which is investing in its future and its communities. We look forward to working with local stakeholders to improve the value of Liverpool’s major schemes, which will generate inclusive growth by attracting more people and investment into the city.”

Faithful+Gould’s increasing presence in Liverpool includes a collaboration with Agent Academy CIC to create new employment opportunities for young people across Liverpool City Region. During the three-month project, a group of 12 young people will be challenged with finding solutions to the construction sector skills shortage and given the opportunity to meet city leaders and learn from experts in both the built environment and marketing.

The office opening also builds on Faithful+Gould’s growing portfolio of major development projects in Liverpool, including schemes for Liverpool John Moores University at Copperas Hill and Tithebarn Street, Your Housing’s Liverpool Waters development and Paddington Village in the city’s Knowledge Quarter for Liverpool City Council.

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