Tuesday, October 4, 2022

Hat-trick of new appointments at Brewster Bye Architects

Leeds-based architecture practice, Brewster Bye, has made three new appointments. Jordon Wilkinson joins the company as a part 2 architectural assistant, Sarah Bradshaw has been recruited as a part 1 architectural assistant and Hassan Jawid has been appointed as a junior technologist.

Jordon completed Sheffield Hallam University’s architecture degree before graduating this summer from Manchester School of Architecture with a Master of Architecture with merit. He has also worked at a York architecture firm, where he helped design residential developments, ranging from 30 to 200 units.

After graduating from Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen, Hassan has spent the last 12 months at a Bradford architecture practice, where he worked on both commercial and residential projects. This involved submitting planning applications, producing building regulations packages, and creating drawings using Auto CAD and Revit.

Sarah becomes Brewster Bye’s fifth recruit in the last five years, to join from the University of Huddersfield. She graduated with a BA (Hons) Architecture RIBA part 1 degree and was president of the University’s Architecture Society, as well as winning several awards in recent years. These include being named as one of ‘Yorkshire’s Women In Property’ and an academic award from the West Yorkshire Society of Architects.

Mark Henderson, director at Brewster Bye, said: “We’ve been extremely busy this year with clients throughout Yorkshire and beyond. In recent months we’ve won several high-profile contracts that include city centre residential towers, extra care schemes and numerous affordable housing developments.

“Welcoming Sarah, Hassan and Jordan to the team will give us additional capacity and enhance the service levels that we are renowned for. The trio are all ambitious, with impressive backgrounds and achievements, and are already thriving in their new roles.”

Brewster Bye currently employs a team of 21 based in Headingley and plans to recruit further this year.

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