jmarchitects had the honour of participating in the Careers Fayre at Grangemouth High School, an event tailored for secondary school students ranging from S3 to S6. This unique opportunity allowed students to explore their future aspirations and engage with representatives to gain insights into the requirements for a successful career.
The Fayre involved over 30 national employers spanning various professions with keynote speakers sharing their career journeys throughout the day. jmarchitects representatives, Paul Smith and Abigail VanderLek were privileged to share their own knowledge of the architecture and construction profession to inspire, aiming to inspire and guide young minds on their path to a fulfilling career.
We were delighted to share the stand with Ryder Architecture and thank Grangemouth High School for allowing us to be part of the special event.
Our proposals for a major residential development at Alton Road, Roehampton were granted planning consent last night, by the planning committee in Roehampton, Wandsworth.
ur Maggie’s Centre for Barts Hospital in London designed with Steven Holl Architects has been shortlisted for the Architizer A+ Awards.
Our proposals for the new Dinorwic Visitor Centre in Llanberis have been approved by Gwynedd Council.