Brexit a 'challenge', says Herzog & de Meuron director

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Practice fears for mobility of non-UK staff

A director at Herzog & de Meuron has said Brexit will be a challenge for the firm as it faces uncertainty about the status of its largely international workforce in the UK.

The practice is based in Basel, Switzerland, but has an office in London to oversee delivery of projects including a research centre for AstraZeneca in Cambridge, being built by Mace, and a campus for the Royal College of Art in Battersea, south London, being built by Kier.


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