With more than 35 years of experience in planning and architecture – both in the UK and overseas – Jeremy has a wide-ranging background in design and project management. His highly creative design expertise includes hotels, entertainment and leisure resort facilities, and residential developments.
Jeremy has been with WATG since 1992 and has designed and directed an extensive portfolio of projects. His portfolio includes the major civic landmark Emirates Palace in Abu Dhabi, encompassing more than 270,000 sqm in built area and a beachside elevation of over two kilometres; senior project architect for the original US$65 million refurbishment of Claridge’s Hotel in London; and design and development lead for Legoland Windsor Resort, England, which is renowned for its innovative design that continues to delight children from all over the world.
More recently, Jeremy was at the helm of WATG and Wimberly Interiors’ concept for intu Costa del Sol in Torremolinos, Spain, which reimagined destination retail as a resort experience with more than 100,000 square meters of green spaces, seventy restaurants, twelve neighbourhoods, two hotels, concert venue, and on-site circus; the award-winning St. Regis Astana Hotel + Residences; and Porto Montenegro.
He is currently serving his third term on the WATG Board of Directors.