Glayne is a Chartered Architectural Technologist, Director and Shareholder for the South West Architectural and Urban Design practice known as LHC Design.
Glayne joined LHC Design in 1992 as a junior architectural technologist where she completed her HNC in Building Studies whilst being mentored at work. 26 years later she is proud to finally become a shareholder in 2018.
She is passionate about building design and in 2002 her efforts resulted in winning the business section of ‘Plymouth Women of Achievement’. This was a springboard for her career and in 2007 she was promoted to director, with specialist skills being design development and client & project management.
Glayne’s proudest moment was the opening of the award-winning £17m JCB Academy by The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall of which she had led the design delivery and on-site processes over 6 years.
More recently, in 2016 her numerous project achievements were recognised when she won The European Women in Construction & Engineering Awards ‘Best woman Architectural Technologist’ category.
Outside of work, field hockey is her passion. Having played the sport for 35 years she has now had to hang up the stick but continues to be involved through umpiring. She is also Chair for Cornwall Hockey Association and has taken numerous committee positions at Club level where she is currently the secretary for Caradon Hockey Club based in Liskeard.