Pozzoni Architecture has welcomed five new starters at its Altrincham studio, four of whom have come through the company’s Academy programme.
Joining the growing team are four trainee architectural technologists and one graphic designer, with the technologists working in Pozzoni’s specialist sector teams.
Ashley Maxim will be working on commercial projects, while Josh Broomhead becomes a member of the leisure team. George Lucas and Tianna McCormack both join the Living team and will be working on housing, PRS and senior living projects.
Brady O’Donnell has joined Pozzoni as a graphic designer and will be working across sector teams.
Nigel Saunders, director at Pozzoni, said:
“As a practice, it’s hugely important that we invest in the future, not just of our business, but of the industry too, and this significant number of new starters reflects this.”
“We have a range of exciting projects coming up across our specialist sectors and I’m sure our new young team members will be eager to hone their skills within the teams.”
Pozzoni’s Academy was set up in 2006, with a view to nurturing the next generation of architects, designers and technologists.
Each year the Pozzoni Academy is committed to training young people, many of whom choose to remain with the firm, in both the Altrincham and London offices, post qualification.