Miriam White will lead architect practice with John Drew

RMJM’s former operations director in London has joined office specialist Pringle Brandon Drew.

Miriam White, who left the now defunct Will Alsop at RMJM division in June following careers with Foster & Partners and Rafael Vinoly Architects, will join Pringle Brandon Drew’s managing partner John Drew – a former colleague – in leading the architect practice.

The two have worked together before on high-profile schemes including the Walkie Talkie tower and Foster & Partners’ Bishops Square project.
Pringle Brandon Drew was formed as a sister practice to Pringle Brandon and is owned by Drew, Jack Pringle and Chris Brandon.

A spokeswoman for the firm said White had a “huge reputation for delivering projects within budget and on, or ahead of, schedule”.

John Drew said: “I am delighted to be working with Miriam again, and her dynamism, efficiency and wide-ranging expertise will greatly enhance Pringle Brandon Drew.”

White added: “It’s great to be back working with John Drew and also Pringle Brandon. Our combined experience in the UK and abroad makes us formidable indeed.”