Chris Slamon – Our colleague and friend

Stockwool is devastated by the tragic loss of Chris Slamon who died on 1 June 2019. Chris joined Stockwool in 2016 and immediately became a well-loved member of the Practice and a key part of our management team. The industry as a whole, and we at Stockwool in particular, will miss Chris.

Chris became an Associate Director with Stockwool after previously working at Pozzoni [London] Ltd and at Chetwood Architects. With over 30 years within the industry, Chris developed a broad and impressive portfolio of projects, latterly specialising in the design and delivery of complex urban mixed-use projects. His leadership and negotiation skills enabled him to work effectively with large public and private bodies, in delivering these complex projects.

With Stockwool he led a number of projects at both pre-planning and detailed design stages including the construction delivery of The Silk District for Mount Anvil. He was also leading a team developing a large residential scheme for the Stoke Wharf site in Slough.

Chris was a larger than life character with impressive networking skills, a phenomenal memory for people and their individual circumstances, an ability to light up any meeting room with his wonderful humour, with a huge drive and an immense passion for the industry.

Not surprisingly tributes and messages of condolences have been flooding in from all over. A great testament to his amazing contribution to our industry over many years.

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Chris Slamon – Our colleague and friend

Stockwool is devastated by the tragic loss of Chris Slamon who died on 1 June 2019. Chris joined Stockwool in 2016 and immediately became a well-loved member of the Practice and a key part of our management team. The industry as a whole, and we at Stockwool in particular, will miss Chris.

Chris became an Associate Director with Stockwool after previously working at Pozzoni [London] Ltd and at Chetwood Architects. With over 30 years within the industry, Chris developed a broad and impressive portfolio of projects, latterly specialising in the design and delivery of complex urban mixed-use projects. His leadership and negotiation skills enabled him to work effectively with large public and private bodies, in delivering these complex projects.

With Stockwool he led a number of projects at both pre-planning and detailed design stages including the construction delivery of The Silk District for Mount Anvil. He was also leading a team developing a large residential scheme for the Stoke Wharf site in Slough.

Chris was a larger than life character with impressive networking skills, a phenomenal memory for people and their individual circumstances, an ability to light up any meeting room with his wonderful humour, with a huge drive and an immense passion for the industry.

Not surprisingly tributes and messages of condolences have been flooding in from all over. A great testament to his amazing contribution to our industry over many years.

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