Project Landscape Architect

Bond Bryan is a multidisciplinary practice comprising Architects, Landscape Architects, Masterplanners and Interior Designers. With a diverse range of award-winning projects under our belt, in both the public and private sector, we offer our services nationally and internationally from our four studios in Kent, London, Birmingham and Sheffield.

To work directly with the Head of Landscape and the senior management teams on the design and development of projects – from concept stage through to completion – and input/assist in developing the Landscape business and portfolio.

The role will be as a Landscape Architect, working from our Birmingham studio, leading and delivering on landscape commissions and working directly with the in-house team of architectural staff, external clients and external design teams comprising subconsultants; working on a wide variety of schemes and projects – such as Strategic/Master-Planning, Mixed Use, Residential, Educational and Commercial – throughout the UK.

You may also be required to travel occasionally to our studios in Sheffield for training and meetings, as well as to our studios in London and Kent.

The role will suit an experienced Landscape Architect with a minimum of four years’ post-Chartership (or similar) experience who is looking to develop their career within a growing business.  Demonstrable skills in leading and delivering complex schemes of varying scale, with a good level of technical design competency and proficiency with CAD; the candidate must also have a good level of graphical talent and sound knowledge of the UK standards and planning system.

An understanding of the sectors in which we operate will be helpful but is not essential.  Bond Bryan is at the leading edge of BIM, using Archicad and 3D modelling as our CAD authoring software and, although previous experience of BIM and Archicad is not necessary, a commitment to learn these is essential and any necessary training will be provided.

Typical Responsibilities:

  • Develop and deliver Landscape projects from concept through to completion (for all work stages on both D&B and traditional contracts).
  • Prepare concept design sketches and develop design/detail utilising CAD Software/ArchiCAD in BIM.
  • Responsibility for the day-to-day management and administration of Landscape projects.
  • Communicate and engage with the multidisciplinary Bond Bryan team, clients and external consultants.
  • Prepare all drawn information, specifications and schedules associated with typical Landscape Architecture services.
  • Develop deliverables, schedules and design programmes.
  • Co-ordinate the production of visualisations and animations, using CAD/3D model, with the team.
  • Production of reports and any other documents necessary for projects.
  • Attend and report at Design Team meetings and co-ordinate meetings and workshops.
  • Attend client/stakeholder meetings to present designs and reports.
  • Ensure that the landscape design is kept within the client’s set budget and on programme.
  • Assist with the compilation of bids, tenders and competitions.
  • Attend interviews as necessary.

Life At Bond Bryan

We encourage all of our teams at Bond Bryan to lead healthy and balanced lives. Our benefits include: 25 days’ holiday plus Bank Holidays, private healthcare, pension, critical illness cover and life assurance.

As part of the firm’s commitment to professional development, Bond Bryan offers support/time to undertake professional qualifications and studies.

We strive to ensure that opportunities to work and develop at Bond Bryan are open to all. We treat all job applications equally – regardless of age, disability, gender identity or gender expression, race, ethnicity, religion or belief, or sexual orientation.

Interested? Here’s how to apply
please email recruitment@bondbryan.co.uk with your CV, salary expectations and tell us a bit about yourself: what gets you out of bed in the morning?

Salary is negotiable based on experience. 

Closing Date: 5th July

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