National Recruitment Flurry to end Year on High
Eight new appointments across several disciplines have been made at both our Nottingham and London offices.
Architect Anna Luff and Part 1 architectural assistant Oliver Smith have joined our award-winning team based out of Farringdon, London, with both set to support with our ever-expanding portfolio of work ranging multiple sectors.
Anna said: “My aspiration to be part of the CPMG team stems from its high-quality standards and drive to improve and grow mindfully. Joining the London team is an exciting opportunity and I’m eager to get involved in facing industry challenges head on. Examples include becoming net zero carbon by 2050 and developing client interest in prioritising design which benefit end users' health and well-being – therefore adding social value to buildings.
“I’m excited to develop my technical knowledge, especially within the residential sector, in order to improve the quality of the end users’ daily experience. Having lived in Nottingham for several years, I’m also looking forward to working on projects located near CPMG’s head office – a national scope to the position that enticed me initially.”
Our national headquarters in Nottingham has seen the arrival of architectural assistants Dora Farrelly, Cesar Jaramillo, Hope Mumford and Mike Lynch, BIM support technician Luke Williams, finance assistant Danute Walsh and interior design graduate Aimée Mason.
Cesar, a recent graduate from Nottingham Trent University, said: “The mission CPMG is on resonates highly with what I see for myself in the future as an architect. I hope to learn a lot from my peers as well as from the way CPMG treats architectural projects depending on the building typology and the diverse resources and software used throughout the project timeline.
“I look forward to participating in schemes that involve the whole process of design, from concept design to handover, because I would like to learn from site visits and interactions with the supply chain. Architecture is not just about buildings for me, it's about educating ourselves in the history of the built environment and using a mix of existing techniques with new technology to create beautiful, meaningful and unique spaces.”
We are pleased to see our offices growing in their respective regions with additions to our teams joining at different stages of their development and career in the industry. Our team and ethos promote an environment that enables new staff to grow both personally and professionally. We hope our latest additions enjoy being part of the CPMG team and we are excited to see what they achieve with us.