Property consultant Eddisons has made a new appointment to its growing architectural services team. New graduate Josh Clark has joined as an architectural assistant, based in the firm’s Leeds office.

Graduating from Sheffield Hallam University this year with a degree in architectural technology, Josh’s role at Eddisons is to provide specialist architectural assistance to the firm’s building and project consultancy team.

The 30-strong team, which has offices across the UK, works on delivering a range of projects, many of which are for education-sector clients, especially academy schools and colleges. They include new-builds and extensions, three-dimensional Revit modelling and detailing, statutory applications and space planning, along with assisting with the preparation and delivery of the Government’s Condition Improvement Fund (CIF) projects.

Nick Rymer, Eddisons head of architectural services, said: “Josh is an extremely talented architectural technologist and we are really pleased to welcome him on board. His architectural expertise will be vital as we continue to forge ahead with a raft of new projects that are helping to improve conditions for our schools and FE colleges across the country and we look forward to seeing him to develop and progress within his new role.”

Josh is currently assisting with Eddisons’ delivery of a new eight-classroom, £1.5m new-build CIF project for Cambridge Park Academy in Grimsby for the Humber Education Trust, along with several feasibility schemes for school expansion projects.

Eddisons building and project consultancy team has worked with academy trusts across the UK since 2016 team, this year securing over £40m of funding for school building refurbishment projects under the CIF programme, as well as delivering the projects on the ground.