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New Architectural Technologist



New Architectural Technologist

A new architectural technologist, Calvin Buxton, has joined our team in the Chester office.

Calvin has taken up the post following five years working for multi-disciplinary practices in the city and North Wales. His previous projects cover a variety of sectors including residential, educational, healthcare and commercial.

Prior to graduating from Wrexham Glyndwr University, in 2019 with a BSc (Hons) in architectural design technology, Calvin worked in the construction industry designing kitchens and bathrooms and on-site as an electrician.

He said: “My understanding of construction processes has been hugely beneficial in the architectural industry. It has been invaluable when working with clients and taught me how to listen to a client’s needs and interpret them into a visual form.

“I’m excited to be part of the base team and working on residential and commercial projects in Cheshire and North Wales.”

Calvin may have downed tools from a career perspective, but you’ll still find him keeping his hands busy with DIY projects at home. That’s if he’s not slowly improving his handicap on the golf course!

Managing director Harry Reece said: “This is an exciting time for base as our portfolio continues to go from strength to strength and we secure new projects in Cheshire and beyond. Calvin’s experience in architecture and construction will complement our existing team and we’re delighted to have him on board.”

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