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Landsec pinches Mace associate director

Landsec has appointed Mace associate director Warren Alexander-Pye as a project director.

Mr Alexander-Pye joined Landsec earlier this month and is currently working on the 21 Moorfields project in central London, according to his LinkedIn profile.

Landsec announced in August it would be submitting revised plans for the 564,000 sq ft scheme located above Moorgate tube station later this year.

The firm has worked closely with Deutsche Bank on the redesign after the German bank agreed to take on a 25-year lease on 469,000 sq ft of space.

Mr Alexander-Pye joins Landsec on the project after exiting Mace, where he worked for 14 years.

Prior to this he was a project manager at Canary Wharf Group from 2001 to 2003.

He also worked at Galliford Try from 1999 to 2001 as a project co-ordinator.

Mr Alexander-Pye has also spoken out about the issue of mental health in construction.

In January he discussed his personal experience of mental health issues with CN and will be speaking at the CN Summit in November this year.

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Readers' comments (1)

  • Is this really news?
    Hardly a senior industry move.
    He must have good PR.

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