Careers; for talented architects, building surveyors, quantity surveyors and party wall surveyors.

Philip Johnson said: 'I hate vacations. If you can build buildings, why sit on the beach?'

If you share this philosophy and have a passion for buildings, new or old, traditional or contemporary, then a career in building surveying, quantity surveying or architecture may be for you. Most people join these professions through a graduate entry route that combines a relevant degree with a period of professional training followed by an assessment of their professional competence by one of the professional bodies such as the RICS, RIBA or CIOB.

We endeavour to support and encourage as many students as we can with work experience; but we receive far more requests than we can possibly support. However, don't let this stop you sending us your details but equally don't be surprised if we have to disappoint you.

If you are an Architect, Building Surveyor, Quantity Surveyor, Structural Engineer or Planner and looking for a new opportunity, send us your CV immediately.

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Please contact us if you would like more information on our services or a fee quotation.

Why join us?

  • Flexible package tailored to you with enhanced pension and insurance options
  • Achievable bonus scheme
  • Flexible working hours
  • Bonus birthday holiday
  • Well regarded friendly team
  • Varied and interesting work with diverse client base
  • CPD support and career development
  • Convenient location with on-site parking and free ‘all-day’ refreshments

Featured Projects

  • Architectural projects

    Wallis Gardens Newbury

    Our client owned this site and saw the potential for a small residential development. Working together we designed a pair of semi-detached houses with a third linked-detached house.
  • Employers Agent

    Wantage – Mixed Use Development

    Our client for this project owns the nearby shopping precinct and had looked at various options to develop the vacant site. Financial viability and local authority pressure eventually culminated in planning consent for a mixed use, shop, office and residential scheme.
  • Architectural projects

    St Mary and St Nicholas Church Compton

    Our client was in receipt of a bequest that proposed a lych-gate at the church entrance. The church, and some headstones, had Listed Building protection and this extended to the boundary wall as curtilage structures.
  • Barn conversions

    Malshanger barn conversion

    Our client owned this range of redundant farm buildings consisting mainly of single storey stables and stores but of brick and slate construction. At the same time he had a need to provide accommodation for a number of retired farm workers.
  • Party Wall Surveying

    Fairview Hungerford

    Our owner occupier client proposed a two-storey rear extension at this detached property with a sloping rear garden.
  • Barn conversions

    Herriard barn converion

    Originally built to service a large dairy herd this building had a cavernous milking parlour, connected stables, various stores, a loft area and three bullpens but had become redundant. Our client seeing the value in the building decided to apply for a change of use to convert to B1 business / light commercial.