Buttress has welcomed five new members of staff across its architectural and business support teams.
Qualified architect, Nick Mitchell, has joined the team after three years working for London practices on both listed building and new build projects. At the practice, he will be supporting the team involved in the development of Blackpool Museum.
Tammy Kahn has joined as an Architectural Assistant after completing a masters degree at the University of Liverpool. Prior to this, she spent three years at Msa Michelle Sandiland Architects in Cape Town, South Africa working on residential and education schemes.
Megan Ingham, joins as part I student after gaining a degree in architecture from Northumbria University, and will be assisting on a number of redevelopment and restoration projects.
Karolina Gielas, a student from the Univeristy of Karkow, has also joined the architectural team, initially as part of a three-month Erasmus placement.
Adding to the practice’s business support team is Francesca Mainman. In her role as Marketing Communications Executive, Francesca will be supporting on social media, press and marketing activity.
Gavin Sorby, Managing Director at Buttress said: “We’re always pleased to welcome new faces to the team. By investing in fresh talent, we’re able to continually enhance our offering to clients and provide them with the high-quality service we’re known for.”