Croft Goode appoints three graduates
Preston-based architecture practice Croft Goode Architects has recruited three graduates to its Kirkham practice.
Architect James Kelly has joined from DFSP Architects, West Yorkshire. Kelly, whose experience includes international work placements with practices in Brazil and Vietnam, specialises in residential design.
Anna Meredith has joined as an assistant architect after recently completing the Part 2 BArch degree from Manchester School of Architecture. Meredith, who will shortly begin studying the Part 3 to qualify as an architect, joins from Manchester-based Reid Architects where she worked on a number of residential housing projects.
Joseph Kelly has also joined Croft Goode as an architectural assistant. Kelly recently graduated from Liverpool John Moores University with a Part 1 BA (Hons) in Architecture. Joseph will begin studying for the Part 2 qualification in March while working at Croft Goode.
Mick Goode, director at Croft Goode Architects, said: "These appointments strengthen the firm as we continue to see steadily levels of work coming through. They also reaffirm our ongoing commitment to working with graduates and post-graduates who can develop and flourish with the business."
Anna Meredith and James and Joseph Kelly will work on a range of affordable housing, care facilities, and leisure projects.