Leeds based Brewster Bye Architects has expanded its team with the appointment of Architect Emily Cain and Architectural Technologist Luke Goodson.
Emily Cain, who has ten years’ industry experience, joins from GWP architects where she
has worked for five years. Responsible for managing a wide-range of projects including multi-million pound student accommodation developments, apart-hotel schemes and private housing in the North of England and Scotland, Emily has gained a reputation for designing highly sustainable and cost-effective buildings that have achieved outstanding BREEAM ratings. She is also skilled in Building Information Modelling (BIM).
Luke joins from a Leeds architecture practice and has three years’ experience. He has managed and delivered numerous projects in the residential property market, and has also helped design several student accommodation buildings as well as commercial and mixed use developments. Confident in BIM, with a Level 2 certificate, he is also a Revit certified user. Whilst at University, Luke’s work was shortlisted for several coveted awards.
Brewster Bye’s Managing Director Chris Austin says: “Emily and Luke are very professional people who have worked hard to gain all of the qualifications and skills needed to succeed in the architecture industry.
“They have the relevant experience and skills that will no doubt prove to be a great asset to our firm. We now employ 28 people and have seen almost a 20% increase in business over the last year, with plenty of repeat business from existing clients, as well as several schemes for new organisations operating predominantly in the residential and commercial property sectors. Emily and Luke will help us to service these clients as we continue with our growth plans.”