Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice. Photo credit: Ryder Architecture
Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice.
Photo credit: Ryder Architecture

Ryder Architecture Crowned with Prestigious Award

Share on linkedin
Share on twitter
Share on facebook
Share on whatsapp
Share on email

Ryder has been honoured with a Queen’s Award for Enterprise – recognised for its excellence in international trade. The practice is one of 205 organisations across the UK to be recognised with a prestigious award. The awards celebrate the success of exciting and innovative businesses which are leading the way with pioneering products or services, delivering impressive social mobility programmes or showing their commitment to excellent sustainable development practices.

Ryder was established in Newcastle in 1953, and now has a team of over 270 passionate people across the UK, Hong Kong, Vancouver and Amsterdam, delivering pioneering architectural services across a diverse portfolio of sectors, collaborating globally with Ryder Alliance partners.

Managing partner, Mark Thompson said, “We are extremely proud of our heritage in north east England and are delighted to have our quest for collaborative international excellence recognised by Her Majesty The Queen through this award. It is a testimony to the talent of our people and partners across all our places. Thank you to our clients and friends near and far who inspire and drive us to continually improve and build on the services we deliver.”

It has been a great start to 2021 for the business who are once again celebrating a three star status in the Best Companies to Work For survey and have recently promoted 15 rising stars, including three new architectural directors and seven associates.

The practice’s recent projects include the unveiling of net zero carbon offices on Tyneside for the operations centre for the world’s largest windfarm at Dogger Bank, Whipps Cross Hospital redevelopment in London, Pacific Residence for University for British Columbia in Vancouver, the completion of Kowloon East Regional Police Headquarters in Hong Kong [in collaboration with Farrell’s] and BIM strategies for Qatar public works department and Hellas Gold by our specialist digital consultancy BIM Academy.

Share:

Share on linkedin
Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on whatsapp
Share on email

Latest Posts

Future Standards Working Group Digest

We are pleased to distribute to members the Second Future Standards Working Group Digest outlining the current state of progress on the programme for the

AGM 2022 Election Results

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE ELECTIONS The results of the recent online poll attracted votes from over 100 members. The first ballot was to ask that there be

A chance to participate

The future of the Health Building Notes and the role of AfH members   As you know AfH has just had a successful AGM attended

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're OK with this, but you can opt out if you wish.