Friday04 September 2015

Chapman Taylor sparkles with results

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Profit hikes up 77%

Liverpool Waters architect Chapman Taylor bucked the problems affecting the industry last year and returned a bumper set of results.

The firm, which is waiting to see if its Liverpool plans (pictured) will be called in by communities secretary Eric Pickles, saw profits climb 77% to £1.7 million on revenue up a quarter to £28 million.

Although it actually increased its UK turnover in the year to June, most of Chapman Taylor’s work is outside the UK with the majority – £16 million – in Europe and a further £5 million in the rest of the world.

Chapman Taylor's proposal for Liverpool Waters

Chapman Taylor’s proposal for Liverpool Waters

Among its 17 offices across the globe are outposts in Paris, Moscow, Shanghai, New Delhi and Sao Paulo.

In March it won an international competition for the design of Shanghai’s second central business district while the following month it won planning for a £150 million shopping centre in Shrewsbury.

The firm saw staff the number of architects on its books increase by 18% to 218.


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  • Lucy Mori

    The success of Chapman Taylor lies in their unremitting focus on satisfying the needs of their commercial clients.

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