A Leeds architecture practice has appointed four new team members as its business continues to expand due to a number of new commissions.
Brewster Bye Architects has appointed architect Adam Hall, architectural technologist Liam Crowther, architectural assistant Aimee Greenwood and interior design assistant Nadia Rehamn.
Adam studied architecture at both Manchester and Huddersfield Universities, and undertook a year’s placement within the design and conservation team at Bradford Council during his degree, where he worked on several historic building projects.
He joins from a Shipley based architectural firm where he worked for four years on a number of projects in the commercial and leisure sectors and also specialised in the interior refurbishment of several public houses. Adam fully qualified as an architect two years ago.
Liam graduated from Sheffield Hallam University in 2013 and joins from a Bradford-based practice where he has spent three years gaining valuable experience working in the residential, retail and commercial sectors, he also specialised in office to apartment conversions.
Liam is experienced in Building Information Modelling (BIM) and has a keen interest in design sustainability. He is currently working towards becoming chartered with The Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists.
Aimee completed a BA Hons Architecture Degree followed by a Master of Architecture Degree with a Distinction in 2014 at Leeds Metropolitan University. She joins from a Normanton-based architectural firm, where she spent three years working predominately on large scale private residential and student accommodation schemes.
She has also worked on a number of office to residential conversion developments, new build office schemes, and private homes. Aimee is a qualified Part II Architectural Assistant.
Interior design assistant Nadia is from Leeds but lived in Dubai as a student, where she obtained a BA Hons in Interior Design from Heriot Watt University. Nadia has a broad and architecturally focused range of experience, having carried out internships with Parsons Corporation LLC and Building Design Partnership (BDP).
Nadia joins Brewster Bye from another Leeds based architectural company, to work on the interiors across the firm’s numerous commercial and residential projects.
Brewster Bye’s managing director Chris Austin said: “These four appointments strengthen our team and will support our ongoing growth as we continue to work on an ever-growing range of projects for our longstanding clients, as well as winning projects with new clients across the country in recent months.”
“We work in the residential, commercial, industrial, education, health, community enterprise and arts, sports and leisure sectors, so it’s essential we attract talented young people with a wide range of experience and design skills suited to all of those market places.
“With numerous schemes at the development and planning stages, and plenty more in the pipeline Adam, Liam, Aimee and Nadia will all be very busy working on some really exciting projects.”