The GRADONARCHITECTURE team are delighted to announce that James Street has successfully passed his RIBA stage 3 and will be entering the profession as an architect after 9 years of hard work and studying.
James first began his architectural studies at Newcastle University, where he successfully completed his part 1 before going on to work at Farrells in London for a year. Following this James returned to study at Newcastle University and successfully completed his part 2, bringing with him a wealth of knowledge from London in urban design and Masterplanning. 2017 saw James begin his journey at GRADONARCHITECTURE and he has since become a key part of the team, having played a significant role in projects such as New Delaval primary school and The Helix District Energy Centre. Since opening our Boho 5 studio in Middlesbrough, James has played an active role in working closely with Middlesbrough Council to deliver the Stainsby masterplan, as well as a range of other exciting projects across the Tees area.
James said, ‘I am delighted to have passed the RIBA part 3 exam after what has been a challenging few months and I am looking forward to entering the profession. I would like to say a big thanks to all my family, friends and colleagues who have supported me through my studies and the GRADON team who have offered their knowledge and professional support during my time in practice. I’m now looking forward to continuing work on a number of mixed use projects and helping the team further expand the Middlesbrough studio’.
The GRADONARCHITECTURE team are delighted for James and we wish him all the success in the future as he is soon to begin his career as an certified Architect.