Newly qualified success
We wish to offer a huge congratulations to John Wildsmith on passing the RIBA Part III qualification. It takes a minimum of seven years to become a fully qualified architect; it’s a significant commitment, which takes a lot of dedication. We are thrilled for John that all his hard work has now paid off and he can now proudly call himself an Architect. Whoop!
John’s journey into architecture was born out of a keenness to combine his key interests at A-Level in Physics, Geography and Graphic Design. He studied his BA in Architecture at the University of Lincoln, and gained his Part I professional experience at BAM Design, based at Kings Cross. John joined us June last year as a Part II Architectural Assistant, following the completion of his postgraduate studies with distinction from the University of Westminster where he continued to study for his Part III.
Since joining the team, John has been working on a whole range of our projects with particular focus on medium sized residential developments in Luton, Hemel Hempstead and Cambridge. With experience and skills in technical design and BIM he has been able to contribute to projects at tender [RIBA stage 4] through to construction [RIBA Stage 5-6] and has quickly learned the processes involved at planning stage [RIBA stage 0-3].