Stuart Rogers promoted to director role

13.12.23 3 min read by Catherine Beaumont

Stuart Rogers has been promoted to the position of Director of Project Management – North West.

Stuart joined our North West team in April 2022 from Faithful + Gould, with nearly 20 years’ project management experience from across the built environment sector. His experience includes Mayfield, ID Manchester, Salford Crescent, and Airport City, alongside numerous commercial and residential development schemes.

Since joining Muse, Stuart has led on the delivery of major projects across the North West, including the ongoing regeneration of St Helens, Prestwich, and Oldham town centres. Stuart is also part of Muse’s nationwide ESG and sustainability team.

Phil Marsden, Managing Director – North West, said: “Since joining the team, Stuart has brought insight, strategic vision, and drive to Muse. He is delivering important regeneration projects for the region and is working in partnership to drive change for communities across the North West. His promotion is well-deserved, and I look forward to supporting Stuart as he continues to deliver.”

Stuart Rogers added:

Since joining Muse I have had the privilege to work with a fantastic team and committed partners to deliver impactful regeneration projects. Together we will build on this momentum, and I’m delighted to be stepping up to help deliver an ambitious vision over the coming years.”

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