C.F. Møller appoints employees as associated partners
17.8.2016 | Architecture firm C.F. Møller continues to develop as an organisation and has now appointed certain talented employees as associated partners.
A total six employees have now been appointed associated partners of C.F. Møller as part of the company’s continued development:
“These employees have been elevated to associated partner status in recognition of their talent and experience – not only are they masters of the architecture profession, they are also able to convey their professionalism in a clear and simple way. We feel the appointment is very important for our business partners, but it can also be seen as an expression of our focus on strengthening our existing good relations with external partners,” says partner and Group CEO Klaus Toustrup.
The new associated partners are Ola Jonsson (Stockholm), Rolf Nielsen (London), Thue Borgen Hasløv (Copenhagen), Franz C.A. Ødum (Copenhagen), Lasse Vilstrup Palm (Aarhus) and Rune Bjerno Nielsen (Aarhus). All are senior employees within their respective departments.
About C.F. Møller
C.F. Møller was founded in 1924 and currently has around 350 employees, making it one of Scandinavia’s oldest and largest firms of architects, with offices in Aarhus, Copenhagen, Aalborg, Oslo and Stockholm, as well as London. The company is currently working on major projects such as the Mærsk Building in Copenhagen, the Odeon Music and Theatre Hall in Odense, the Värtarterminalen ferry terminal in Stockholm, high-rise buildings in Oslo, Springfield University Hospital in London and the New University Hospital (DNU) in Aarhus.
Top picture clockwise from upper left corner:
Franz C.A. Ødum, associated partner and project manager at C.F. Møller (Copenhagen).
Thue Borgen Hasløv, associated partner and head of C.F. Møller Lab department (Copenhagen).
Rolf Nielsen, associated partner and Design Director at C.F. Møller (London).
Ola Jonsson, associated partner and team leader at C.F. Møller (Stockholm).
Lasse Vilstrup Palm, associated partner and head of C.F. Møller Landscape (Aarhus).
Rune Bjerno Nielsen, associated partner and head of C.F. Møller Lab department (Aarhus).