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Careers: on the move

Buckley Gray Yeoman
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Carey Jones Chapman Tolcher and Buckley Gray Yeoman are among the practices welcoming new staff this week 

Buckley Gray Yeoman

Buckley Gray Yeoman has expanded to a team of 80 in response to a growing workload. The company has promoted a number of staff and has hired Patrick Ueberbacher to bolster its senior team.

Patrick will join the practice as an associate, after spending 14 years at David Chipperfield Architects, where he was the project architect for Fayland House, recently awarded the AR House award for the best one-off house of 2015.

Director of BuckleyGrayYeoman, Matt Yeoman said, ‘Patrick brings with him a significant experience of working on projects of the highest standard and his appointment is demonstrative of our commitment to maintain our reputation for design excellence.’

Gardner Stewart Architects

Gardner Stewart Architects

Gardner Stewart Architects

Manoher Matharu, Christine Goldsmith, Ruth Stanesby and Graham Kime

The management team at architecture and masterplanning practice Gardner Stewart Architects (GSA) have become directors and owners of the company.

With more than 60 years of combined experience at GSA, the team made up of Graham Kime, Manoher Matharu and Christine Goldsmith have been joined by Ruth Stanesby and together will steer the practice into the future.

GSA is involved in a range of projects from large-scale estate regeneration, through masterplanning a town centre.

Two of GSA’s projects – Grange Walk, Bermondsey and Kidbrooke Village Phase 6 will appear in NLA’s current exhibition, New Ideas for Housing, which explores what needs to happen in the capital to improve the speed, scale and quality of housing.

CJCT

Carey Jones Chapman Tolcher Architects

Carey Jones Chapman Tolcher Architects

CJCT’s new Design Director, Chris Boyce

After five years as design director at Capita (AJ120 #5), Chris Boyce has joined Carey Jones Chapman Tolcher Architects (CJCT), and will work as design director across its London and Leeds studios.

Chris has worked in a variety of sectors, from education, to commercial/mixed use and civic projects. He has had key roles with James Stirling, Michael Wilford and Partners, Sanya Polescuk Architects and Aedas.

Under his guidance, his Capita team won their first RIBA National Award (St Silas School), a RIBA Regional Award and two Civic Trust Awards between 2010 and 2015.

 

 

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