2019 was another successful year for Goddard Consulting LLP, with over 500 new appointments across the UK.
We continued to work with many of our long-standing clients and on some of our biggest projects to date, including Manchester Airport’s £1 billion Transformation Project and Woolbeding Gardens glasshouse, designed by the world renowned Heatherwick Studio.
Over 150 of our projects achieved practical completion. In August the Royal College of Pathologists relocated to its new seven-storey 4,500 sqm headquarters, and RIBA’s new flagship Clore Learning Centre officially opened in October. Seven new temporary exhibitions opened at the V&A Museum, and a further six at the Royal Academy of Arts; three lucky members of the Goddard Consulting team also attended the star-studded opening of the Beasts of London exhibition at the Museum of London. 2019 was a bumper year for awards, with several of our projects receiving prestigious design awards, including the Goldsmith Street Passivhaus Housing Development, which was awarded the coveted Stirling Prize.
Three new members joined us during 2019. Joel Baker and Ajmain Khan joined the team in August and Nicole Bennett joined in December. Tina Harrison, also celebrated her 15-year anniversary at Goddard Consulting.