Firth Architects plots growth with office move and appointment
The architecture will now be based at Jubilee House in Lytham, the former Land Registry building which also houses accountancy service provider Danbro. It gives the company additional space to grow.
Rob joins from Manchester-based Bruntwood Estates where he held the position of senior building surveyor and project manager. He brings more than ten years of industry experience to the role.A qualified chartered building surveyor, he will be responsible for the delivery of projects from inception to completion, including monitoring costs and site progress while acting as the main client liaison.
Firth Architects was established in 2003 in Manchester before making the permanent move to Lytham 14 years ago.The RIBA and ARB registered Fylde Coast practice has a wealth of experience, having been involved in the delivery of residential and commercial schemes, including office, retail and leisure projects across the North West.
Joel Firth, director of Firth Architects, said: “Jubilee House provides us with the flexibility to cater for a larger team as we look to expand, in addition to a well-rounded culture and wellbeing offering for our employees.“Being situated on the edge of Lytham Green on the stunning coastline is the perfect spot for us.
“As part of our move, I’m thrilled that Rob has come on board. He brings an abundance of experience and expertise, making him a fantastic addition to our growing team.” Rob added: “This is a great time to be joining the Firth team, as we are currently involved in several exciting residential schemes and looking to expand the commercial side of the business. I am very much looking forward to seeing our new ideas come to fruition.”