Saracen recruits former AEW Architects interior designer as northern operations manager

Workplace consultant Saracen Interiors has appointed Emma Allison as its northern operations manager.

Overseeing all projects in the North, Emma will also be responsible for business development, client liaison and project delivery, supporting projects from initial concept and planning stages to completion and handover.

With AEW architects and Aedas listed as past employers on her curriculum vitae, Emma has a strong background in interior design and space planning and is expected to build on Saracen’s reputation for award-winning designs.

Having overseen projects for both the public and the private sector, working alongside names including Leeds City Council, The Meadowhall Centre and West Yorkshire Police, Emma is expert at planning and delivering construction projects, across a wide scale, and nurturing client relationships.

Emma is delighted to be joining Saracen and looks forward to helping the company in continuing to build its presence in the North while driving its record for outstanding designs:

“I’m aiming to play a hands on role and will be getting involved in all elements of the design process to ensure that Saracen’s strong track record for improving workplace efficiency is maintained.

“The company’s ethos, to provide complete customer satisfaction, is one that will be appreciated in the North and, again, I will be working to maintain this standard across all aspects of the service offering including small works, facilities management and office moves.”

Joint managing director of Saracen Interiors, Michael Page is pleased to welcome Emma:

“It’s great to have someone who is so enthused when it comes to project delivery. Emma is a real detail merchant and I know that she will play a key role in bringing to fruition some of our strongest designs yet while delivering the best results for the client. I’m also confident that her passion and dedication will help to drive new business and position us as a force to be reckoned with in the North.”