Andrew joined Brewster Bye Architects in July 2013 having spent 4 years at his previous practice; Space Architecture. He qualified as an architect in December 2011 and has subsequently lead a number of secondary education projects ranging in value from £10 – 15 million as part of the Building Schools For the Future Programme. He has accumulated over 5 years’ experience working in BIM, in particular Revit, in which he became a certified professional. Since joining Brewster Bye, Andrew has helped with the introduction of BIM to the company.
Andrew studied at the University of Nottingham where he also worked as a part time tutor. His previous architectural experience was predominantly in the residential sector, working on private houses and student accommodation at a small practice in Harrogate. He also spent 4 months working in a contemporary practice in Cyprus.
Since joining Brewster Bye Architects, Andrew has been part of the commercial working on a range of residential, hotel and student accommodation projects. In the hotel sector Andrew has been Project Architect on the proposed 300 bedroom Flaxby Hotel, Golf and Leisure Centre and the prestigious Radisson Park Inn as part of the HD One development in Huddersfield. Andrew has also led a number of student accommdation/residential schemes including the recently completed 131 bedroom luxury IconInc scheme, the refurbishment/extension of a Grade II listed building in Leeds into 25 apartments and is also working on the former Walkabout scheme in the centre of Leeds which contains 96 luxury apartments and retail units.
In his spare time, Andrew is a keen sports enthusiast, particularly enjoying running, cycling and playing football.