Architectural consultancy LK2 – which has offices in both London and Lincoln – continued its ambitious growth plans with the appointment of a new graduate Part II architectural assistant.
Part II architectural assistant, Adam Caffrey joins LK2 after finishing his Masters of Architecture at the University of Lincoln. During his time at university, Adam was named the ‘Most improved MArch student of 2018’.
Adam will primarily be working with the retail team, in particular focusing on planning and building regulations for projects.
When asked about his new role Adam said:
“I’m really excited to be part of the LK2 team. As a student, I really respected its work and its on-going commitment to supporting graduates from local universities.”
“I share the teams’ passion for creating and delivering new opportunities in sport, leisure and mixed-use facilities so I’m sure my addition to the team is going to be a great success!”
LK2 is a unique company of chartered architects and sports and leisure business advisors. It specialises in using sport and leisure as a vehicle to blend together a range of sectors including mixed use developments, residential, retail and urban regeneration schemes. The business is committed to not only developing the retail and sports facilities around it but also investing heavily in its local economy and community.
Paul Starbuck, director at LK2 said:
“We’re delighted to welcome Adam on-board to our ever-growing team.”
“At LK2, we are committed to investing in the next generation of architects coming out of our universities, this is why Adam’s appointment is so important in the business. He represents the next generation of market leaders in the industry and we are dedicated to supporting that.”