RIBA Part III Success for Jos and Alex
To become an architect it takes a minimum of 7yrs to train. We are proud to announce that towards the end of last year both Jos and Alex, legends that they are, passed their RIBA Part III qualifications. The hard work they have put in over the years has paid off – they are an absolute credit to themselves and we are thrilled to have them on our team.
”Undertaking the Part 3 exam has been a challenging yet enjoyable process. Having deferred sitting the exam for a number of years, it was encouraging to see that the knowledge I have gained whilst working in practice could be applied to the various formats required to pass the exam. I received lots of support from the office during the course of the year varying from assistance in choosing a good case study project to working through exam questions together. It was particularly helpful to have an office mentor to work through certain issues and to keep me motivated.” Jos Rowe
“The journey to qualifying as an Architect has been both challenging and rewarding, and completing the Part 3 examination during a global pandemic added to the already difficult process. I have benefited from a great support network of colleagues in the practice to assist with my studies and I am grateful for the range of projects I have been able to work on to increase my experience. I am now looking forward to continuing to expand my knowledge and experience as an architect and use my qualification to make a positive contribution to the built environment.” Alex Hyett