Perkins+Will Extends Commitment to UK Market with Relocation of David Green and Bill Nation

With renewed commitment to European clients and continued expansion, Perkins+Will Principal David Green, AIA, LEED AP and Principal Bill Nation are relocating to the firm’s London office, Pringle Brandon Perkins+Will.

Green will lead European, Middle Eastern, and African (EMEA) urban design and master planning efforts for the firm. Nation will be working closely with Managing Director Jack Pringle and Design Director John Drew to grow the office’s healthcare, science and technology, and higher education practices. Green and Nation will both be relocating from Perkins+Will’s office in Atlanta.

“We are delighted that David and Bill are joining our team,” said Pringle. “David’s global expertise in urban design and master planning, and Bill’s extensive experience in healthcare operations are incredibly valuable. Their presence will help to expand our practices and increase our specialist knowledge within our London office.”

Over the past 6 years, Nation has worked on numerous international healthcare projects throughout the United States as well as internationally in the Middle East and North Africa. With in-depth experience in the delivery of clinical services, information services and facilities management, Nation provides an insider’s perspective of the operational and functional requirements needed for healthcare clients.

“Perkins+Will is dedicated to understanding hospitals both from a design perspective as well as strategically, operationally and functionally,” Nation said. “I look forward to continuing to help hospitals be effective stewards of their resources and my goal is to manage and create the best possible environment for patients and staff.”

In his role as Senior Urban Designer, Green will guide master planning and urban design for commercial projects and oversee the development of current projects. David was a member of the Georgia Tech College of Architecture faculty for more than twenty years. He was awarded both the Silver and Bronze medals from the AIA Atlanta and Georgia. He continues to lecture widely on issues of urban design, planning, and architecture.

“I am extremely excited to be joining Perkins+Will’s London office,” Green said. “This move represents the firm’s commitment to broaden our impact on the design of cities, districts and campuses throughout Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. There are enormous changes afoot in those regions and we hope to bring our expertise to those areas.”

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