Scott Tallon Walker Announces New Executive Chairman and Managing Director


Ronan Phelan is appointed Managing Director, succeeding Michael Tallon who moves into the position of Executive Chairman

STW is delighted to announce the appointment of Michael Tallon as Executive Chairman of its Board of Directors. Michael will be succeeded as Managing Director by Ronan Phelan.

Michael Tallon, who has served as Managing Director since 1989 will continue to provide oversight and stewardship of the business in his role as Executive Chairman. Ronan Phelan takes on the role of Managing Director. Ronan, who joined STW in 1997 and is on the board of Directors since 2008, brings a wealth of experience to the role and will focus on delivering innovation and sustainable design solutions across all sectors within the Scott Tallon Walker business.

I am delighted to take on the role of Executive Chairman and to continue to work with an exceptional team to drive innovation, growth, and excellence in architecture, design, and urban planning. Together with Ronan and the wider team, our commitment is to deliver exceptional outcomes for our clients and partners.

I am delighted that Ronan is succeeding me as Managing Director. He brings a wealth of experience, and his appointment reflects our ambition to continue to grow our position as a progressive design leader across multiple sectors.
” - Michael Tallon, Executive Chairman at STW, commented

It is a privilege to take on this role and I look forward to working alongside all of our talented teams, building on our tradition of delivering sustainable and innovative design solutions that meet the evolving needs of our clients. On behalf of the Directors and entire Scott Tallon Walker team, I would like to pay tribute to Michael’s exceptional leadership of the practice over the last 33 years and look forward to continuing the growth and development of our business with his guidance in the years ahead.” - Ronan Phelan, Managing Director at STW, commented



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