Mark Way

Mark studied at Birmingham School of Architecture and Canterbury School of Architecture. Having originally joined the practice for two years in 1990, Mark rejoined Allies and Morrison in 2010 to direct the delivery of the mixed-use development 100 Bishopsgate in the City of London.

The broad experience he gained from his interim years away from the practice has steered his leadership of projects. He has directed the delivery of two residential schemes in Tower Hamlets: Block E of our multi-award winning St Andrew’s scheme in Bromley-by-Bow – a 15 storey tower with a roof terrace; and Gillender Street, a mixed-use, residential-led development of 109 units within the Limehouse Cut Conservation Area.

Mark acted as Project Director for The International Quarter, a two tower redevelopment of 33 residential units in Stratford, London, adjacent to the Olympic Park. He is currently working on 100 Bishopsgate, which is now progressing on site.