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NEW ARRIVALS Rounding up the latest movers and in-house


appointments across the industry


ELAD EISENSTEIN RAMBOLL


BEN CRAYTON, REBECCA HAZZARD & ANDREW STANWAY BREWSTER BYE ARCHITECTS


Leeds based architecture practice, Brewster Bye have appointed three architectural assistants as part of its future talent development programme and ongoing expansion. Rebecca Hazzard joins the practice as a RIBA Part 2 architectural assistant with Andrew Stanway and Ben Crayton as RIBA Part 1 architectural assistants. All three will work with the firm’s established teams on projects in both the residential and commercial property sectors. Cambridge University graduate Rebecca has a 2:1 BA in Architecture as well as a Merit in Architecture MArch from the Manchester School of Architecture. She completed her two-year Part 1 qualification at two practices in Cambridge, working as an architectural assistant. Andrew achieved a 2:1 BA in Architecture from Leeds Beckett University and has experience working in an architectural practice in Leeds, where he started to learn Revit software skills. Ben has recently graduated from Northumbria University, where he achieved a BA in Architecture; he has a product design background and is a talented 3-D modeller.


Chris Austin, managing director at Brewster Bye Architects, said: “Every year we employ at least three new architectural assistants and have found that their dedication to the profession and willingness to learn is exceptional. Our latest talented trio are a welcome addition to our ever expanding and experienced team.” The firm now employs a team of 26 people.


RUTH EVANS & JASON EVANS CPMG ARCHITECTS


Architecture firm CPMG Architects have announced two senior promotions within its head office team; Ruth Evans and Jason Evans. Ruth Evans has been promoted to associate and will “head up and nurture” a team of designers on the delivery of high-spec interior design schemes for clients, as well as working with the senior management team to continue growing the company’s client base. Jason has also been promoted to associate, after initially joining the team in 2000 following his studies at the University of Derby. He has built up “vast amounts of experience within CPMG,” said the firm, leading delivery of work across a range of sectors.


MARIA KAROLIDES LK2 GROUP


LK2 Group have recently bolstered their team with the appointment of a senior architect, Maria Karolides. Maria – who has experience working in the education sector since 2001 – will be “leading the way on a number of high-profile schemes nationally,” from conversions to mixed- use projects blending together sport and education. Throughout Maria’s career, she has worked to deliver numerous buildings for the University of Lincoln, SEN facilities and primary school facilities. Notably, she was led on award- winning schemes such as Lincoln University’s GCW Library, The Engine Shed venue, and Lincoln Performing Arts Centre.


Engineering, design and consultancy firm Ramboll have announced the appointment of Elad Eisenstein as director of cities and regeneration. He will lead Ramboll’s urban regeneration team, focusing on major cities projects, “integrating across transport, infrastructure, environment and energy – bringing a wealth of experience in addressing future urban challenges,” said the firm. He has two decades of experience specialising in leading, designing and delivering complex and large-scale urban projects across the globe. He has won several international design competitions and advises public and private sector bodies on urban design and large scale planning.


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