Monday, April 15, 2024

New senior architectural technologist joins InkDrawn

Architectural studio, InkDrawn, has appointed a new senior architectural technologist following a series of project wins.

Nicola West, a Chartered Member of CIAT (Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologist), has joined the Leicester-based studio to implement technical delivery of the firm’s residential and commercial developments.

With over 30 years’ experience, Nicola is passionate about training young people and has sat on both the CIAT’s Education Committee and Executive Board, where she was the first female to be elected.

“I was fortunate that part of my role on the CIAT Education Committee was to undertake accreditation and validation visits to universities, so I got to interact first-hand with aspiring architecture students,” said Nicola.

“I believe that mentoring and learning are essential tools for success so I’m keen to not only help my new colleagues at InkDrawn, but also continue my own training. I’m actually just completing my On Construction Domestic Energy Assessor (OCDEA) course which will enable me to become an accredited SAP assessor for new homes.”

Celebrating its tenth year in business this year, InkDrawn has recorded several significant project wins in recent months, including The Triangle, a £35m riverside residential development in Ashford, Kent and The UrbanFox Quarter, a £40m residential development in Leicester, both of which Nicola is now working on.

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