Phil Coffey on Wellbeing in the Workplace at The Watercooler Event

Last week director Phil Coffey had the honour of speaking at The Watercooler Event about wellbeing in the workplace.

About the event: ‘The world of work is changing at an exponential rate. With Workplace Wellbeing high on the board agenda it’s crucial that professionals understand the challenges, the trends and the solutions that are immediately available to them and their organisations. The Watercooler (25 & 26 May 2022 at Olympia, London) is a brand new event from @MakeADifferenceSummits and @Evening-Standard.’


(Photo credit: Posturite Ltd)

The thought-provoking panel included ‘The Key Elements of Healthy Working Environments’, included James Laramy CMIOSH, Group Director of Safety, Health, Environment, Quality and Wellbeing, Cappagh Group of CompaniesRohan Kallicharan, Director of People & Talent, Carbon Clean and Susannah Burock, MSc. WELL AP, Global Workplace Experience Manager, Vice President, Corporate Real Estate & Services, Swiss Re, and was chaired by Chevy Rough, Health and Wellbeing Lead for PGL Travel.

Coffey shortlisted for Henry Moore Foundation learning hub

Photo via Henry Moore Foundation, credit: Martin Bond

We are please to announce we have been shortlisted to redevelop the
Sheep Field Barn Gallery at the Henry Moore Foundation in Perry Green, Hertfordshire. A £2.5 million interpretation centre will redevelop and extend the 20+ year old Hawkins\Brown complex to deliver new learning and engagement facilities for the Foundation.

Henry Moore Foundation chief operating officer Lesley Wake said: ‘This project will enable us to provide sustainable interpretation and education facilities for our visitors, school groups and participants of all ages.

‘We are delighted at the response we received from architectural teams. The six shortlisted practices were able to demonstrate the skills, experience and vision we are looking for. We’re excited to hear their creative concepts and how they can work with us to deliver this vital project.’ The shortlist also includes: Asif Khan Studio, DSDHA, HAT Projects, MICA Architects and Nissen Richards Studio