Andrew Maskell joins the Scotscape Group to lead design and development of the New LivingPillar™
We are delighted to announce that Andrew Maskell has joined the Scotscape Group of Companies as Design and Development Director for our exciting new product - LivingPillar™
Andrew is a Chartered Landscape Manager and Horticulturist, with extensive experience in the landscape sector. Working within the industry since 1994, he has worked from grass roots obtaining a BSc 1st class Honours degree in Landscape Management. He has been involved in projects covering a broad spectrum of landscapes including urban greening, residential, theme parks, prisons, golf courses, schools, hotels, parks, smart green infrastructure and London squares.
His career has taken him from designing tiger enclosures to teaching horticulture, managing the landscaping of multi-million pound roller coasters, urban London streetscape and the sensitive management of exclusive London Squares as Associate Director of Landscape for the Duke of Westminster's prestigious London Grosvenor Estate.
As Associate Director Andrew was a senior leader responsible for all landscape management, land-based sustainability, arboriculture and open space within Grosvenor’s 300-acre London Estate. Accountable for arboriculture, compliance, financial control, personnel, strategy and green infrastructure. Activities include conducting site assessments, preparation/monitoring of maintenance specification, project management, planning and implementing public realm green infrastructure schemes
Our passion overlaps with that of Andrew, in encouraging Biodiversity back into the Urban Environment and Scotscape are excited to have Andrew on board to develop our LivingPillar™ into a global brand.
If you would like to learn more about LivingPillar™ with a CPD or presentation please contact email@example.com
Angus Cunningham Managing Director of Scotscape Group said:
‘We are absolutely delighted to have Andrew join our team and are looking forward to working with him in driving the solutions to Urban Greening. He brings with him a breadth and depth of knowledge that are important as we go up through the gears in introducing biodiversity to the built environment’’