New Joint Managing Partner for Bruceshaw

Bruceshaw has appointed Paul Body to the position of Joint Managing Partner in London, having held the role of Partner for over thirteen years. He takes over from Patrick D’Arcy, as the Bruceshaw senior team prepares the business to double in size over the next five years. Paul will take up this new position alongside Rennie Dalrymple from the 1st May.

Patrick has been with the business for twenty seven years and has held the role of Joint Managing Partner for ten years and will now stand down from this role but will stay with the business to focus on key projects and key account management as the business continues to grow.

Paul joined Bruceshaw in 1998, becoming a Partner in 2004, over this time he has been responsible for the Project Management and Management Services teams which operate across a number of sectors within the UK and Europe, successfully securing and completing high profile and high value projects.

Paul’s leadership skills have played a vital role in securing and building long standing relationships with some of Bruceshaw’s biggest and most high profile clients including John Lewis Partnership, Estee Lauder and Marks and Spencer. As Account Partner for John Lewis Partnership, Paul has established Bruceshaw as the only Cost Management team the Client utilizes for their new store developments.

Patrick D’Arcy, Partner at Bruceshaw says:

“I am extremely pleased to be handing over the Managing Partner role to Paul and I believe that he and Rennie Dalrymple make a great team, with the skills to match the collective ambition of Bruceshaw for the bright future that no doubt lies ahead for the business.”

Paul Body, Joint Managing Partner says:

“With our new brand, renewed focus and an exceptional team of people, I am delighted to be taking on the role of Joint Managing Partner, to continue Patrick’s excellent work and lead the business through its next stage of development and growth alongside Rennie.”

Bruceshaw’s current projects across a number of sectors include the redevelopment of the Victoria Palace Theatre for Delfont Mackintosh Theatres, Wardian London and Embassy Gardens for Eco World / Ballymore, new department stores at Westfield and Oxford for John Lewis, Westminster Quarter for Taylor Wimpey Central London, commercial projects for TH Real Estate, HPE and EY and mission critical facilities for Ark Data Centres.