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Sudhir Sehdeva

Sudhir’s main interest is in building technology and how the integration of different materials can give each project a distinctive character. He appreciates the value that close collaboration with both clients and colleagues can bring to a project and how this can ultimately improve the final outcome.

Since joining Howells, Sudhir has worked on a broad range of residential and commercial projects including the National Memorial Arboretum’s Aspects, University College Birmingham’s Moss House, Wembley Link and Kent Street Baths. Recently he has delivered i9, an exemplar office development in the heart of Wolverhampton’s conservation area which is the HQ for the Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities and Brick House at Port Loop, a series of traditionally built brick townhouses centred around a shared courtyard, which has created a new community close to Birmingham City Centre.

Sudhir studied at De Montfort and Birmingham City University and has over 15 years’ experience in the construction industry. His gregarious nature often sees him coordinating social events including a quarterly film night within the practice. Outside of Howells, he acts as an RIBA Architectural Ambassador, encouraging the next generation of architects and designers.

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