Congratulations to newly-qualified architect Martin
Martin, 33, has worked at Pro Vision for nearly four years as a Part 2 Architectural Assistant on a wide range of mainly residential projects from large developments to single homes and conversion of agricultural buildings.
Scot Masker, director, said: “Martin is a vital part of our team and we’re proud he’s now officially able to call himself a Chartered Architect and member of RIBA (Royal Institution of British Architects). It requires many years of study and on-the-job experience to be recognised as an architect; his hard work has paid off.”
Martin joined Pro Vision after finishing his Master of Architecture degree at the University of Portsmouth where he won the Hayes Prize for best critical writing. Prior to this he graduated from Birmingham City University with BA (Hons) Architecture.
After working for several years at Pro Vision, the firm sponsored Martin to take his Diploma in Professional Practice in Architecture at Kingston University, London.
Martin said: “It was my childhood dream to become an architect. I have always loved the idea of being able to create the spaces people inhabit."
“Becoming an architect is a major milestone in my career and my colleagues at Pro Vision have been very supportive in helping me to achieve this. I’m looking forward to working on new and exciting projects with the greater responsibility that comes with the title.”