Jefferson Sheard has welcomed new additions to its team in the Sheffield and Peterborough offices as a result of securing new commissions in England and Northern Ireland.
After landing exciting new projects in the commercial, transport, healthcare, student accommodation and further education sectors, the 40-strong practice has expanded to accommodate a rising demand.
Joshua Jackson joins the Sheffield office as the BIM development manager to further develop the practice’s commitment to BIM Maturity Level 2; Ken Mwaniki joins the Peterborough office with expertise in the care home and residential sectors.
Maisie Crafter, Clarissa Whelbourn and Chris Jackson are the youngest additions to the Sheffield team.
Crafter is a second year student at Sheffield Hallam University and will be undertaking a year-long placement with the practice, while Whelbourn joins the Peterborough office as administrative and architectural assistant after graduating from her RIBA Part 1 at the University of Portsmouth.
Jackson joins as an office junior, developing experience to support his HND Studies in Construction and will be starting on an apprenticeship scheme with Jefferson Sheard in the next few months. Claire Hickling also joins the Sheffield office as Administrative Office Manager.
Mike Hall, regional director, commented:“This is an exciting time of development for Jefferson Sheard. We’ve secured some landmark projects and as a result we’re pleased to be expanding the team and furthering our commitment to providing valuable industry experience to students.”