• Architect CT Ltd
  • Dependent on experience
Company: Architect CT Ltd
Location: Cheshire
Contact Name: Paul Brook

Architect CT is part of the Darling Associates Group – we are currently based in Wilmslow, but due to relocate into central Manchester later this year.

The practice specialises in the hospitality sector – pubs, restaurants and hotels – as well as designing for one-off houses and healthcare, and has an excellent client base.

We work on projects in airports, concessions, and on the high street.

We are looking to replace a very experienced, long-serving architect, who is retiring and leaving a substantial hole in our technical/construction resource.

The architect’s role within the office will be to provide support to less experienced architects and to assist interior designers with construction issues.

The role also requires attendance on construction sites across the UK within a PM role and to undertake feasibility studies.

Likely projects will include pub feasibilities (values generally £1.5- £2.0m), hotel projects up to £12.0m, new build work, and work with historic buildings.

The ideal candidate for this role will have

 Interest in design and ability to produce feasibility studies.

  • Comprehensive construction knowledge.
  • Experience in preparing Building Regulation applications, working drawings and planning applications.
  • Ability to coordinate consultants’ drawings and information.

Experience in the type of projects we currently design would, of course, be an advantage, but lack of this would not exclude the right candidate.

Enthusiasm, competence and great communication skills will go a long way.

Candidates will need to be ARB registered, and already being a member of the RIBA would be welcomed.

To find out more about us, please check our website:


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