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04 March 2019

Peter Chana joins Stace after 23 years at Lendlease

• Peter Chana is joining Stace in the role of Group Director on 4 March 2019, after 23 years at Lendlease, where he was Head of Heritage, Arts & Education in their consulting business

• Peter is the third Stace recruit from Lendlease since January 2019, as he joins John Carminati and Stuart Henniker-Smith who have both joined in their roles as Project Directors

Stace has appointed Peter Chana as its Group Director, commencing on 4 March 2019.

Peter joins from Lendlease, having been with the business for over 23 years, most recently as their Consulting Head of Heritage, Arts and Education and a member of their Executive Management Team.

Peter’s experience includes the capital works programmes for clients such as The Royal Collection Trust, Victoria & Albert Museum, Science and British Museum’s and the Houses of Parliament Strategic Estates framework – including the refurbishment of the Elizabeth Tower and Westminster Hall. Peter has been given a national role to grow the Culture & Heritage sector at Stace.

Peter is the latest senior appointment from Lendlease since January, which has seen John Carminati and Stuart Henniker-Smith both join Stace as Project Directors.

These appointments are part of Stace’s national growth strategy, which saw the opening of a Cambridge office in 2016 and more recently relocate our  Midlands office to Birmingham in January.

Partner Glyn Crawley comments: “Peter joining Stace along with two of his colleagues from Lendlease is a sign of our intent at Stace. As we celebrate our 60th anniversary, our original successes were built in the Culture & Heritage sector, delivering projects on various prestigious buildings such as the Tower of London, Hampton Court Palace, Spencer House and the Royal Chelsea Hospital. I look forward to Peter, John and Stuart, playing their part in building our future here at Stace.”

Stace has a strong Culture & Heritage capability, which includes various schemes with The British Museum such as the full refurbishment of the recently reopened Japanese Galleries.

As we celebrate our 60th anniversary, our original successes were built in the Culture & Heritage sector ... I look forward to Peter, John and Stuart, playing their part in building our future here at Stace.
Glyn Crawley, Partner
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