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Rare double strengthens Base offer

18/02/2019

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Rare double strengthens Base offer

Adam, who joined our team in 2016, studied for a dual architectural and landscape degree at the University of Sheffield and then completed a dual masters in the subjects.

He became a chartered architect, joining the Royal Institute of British Architecture, in 2017 and was recently awarded his chartership as a landscape architect by the Landscape Institute, after evidencing his workplace activity and taking exams.

Although many architects work across both sectors, it is rare for one to receive charterships that recognise their skills and experience from both professional bodies. This rare double qualification will allow Base to enhance the full service concept to completion service we already offer to clients.

Adam said: "I am not aware of any other dually chartered architects and landscape architects so I feel very privileged. It has been a lot of hard work but it has enabled me to look at schemes we are working on in a more holistic fashion."

Base Director Harry Reece added: "We are very proud of Adam’s achievements and he deserves every success. His skills will benefit our clients, both residential and commercial, when it comes to planning individual schemes as well as developing master plans for commercial and housing projects. We have also welcomed a new architectural technologist Kieran Trow to the team to support the ongoing increased demand for our services."

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