Architects invited to apply to infrastructure commission's design group

Sadie Morgan

New group will be chaired by Sadie Morgan

The National Infrastructure Commission is looking to recruit up to five experts to join its new design group, with successful candidates set to play a role in how infrastructure schemes are designed, planned and delivered.

Sadie Morgan, a commissioner at the NIC as well as a founding director of dRMM, will chair the group and said those involved will make the case for design experts to get, “a seat at the table at every step in a project’s lifecycle”.

Morgan called on professionals with backgrounds ranging from architecture and engineering to sustainability to apply.

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