Posted on March 11, 2019
The Women in Construction Networking Event returns to Scotland Build on the 21st March from 10.00am - 12.30pm in the Built Environment Networking Hub. This is the largest gathering of women in Scotland working in construction.
The session is free-to-attend for all and offers the chance for professional individuals operating in this market to network and feel inspired. Learn from a panel of established experts discussing the untapped opportunities for women working in construction, diversity and equality.
10.15am - 11am Panel Discussion: Driving Change, Diversity and Equality Across Scotland's Construction Industry
Amanda Mckay, Quality Director Major Projects, Balfour Beatty
Mariana Trusson, Associate Director, Cundall
Hannah Simpson, Assistant Site Engineer, Graham
Jude Barber, Director / Architect and fellow Architect For Change Member, Collective Architecture
Ashley Constance, Pre-construction and Development Manager, Morrison Construction
Joanna Glenfield, Projector Officer – CareerWise, Equate Scotland
The event will be examining the issues of gender imbalance and inequality within the built environment. Places fill up on a first come first serve basis, so get your ticket and arrive early on the day to catch this highly anticipated annual event.
Scotland Build is working with a large team of female ambassadors to grow the session even bigger for 2019. If you are interested in getting behind us to drive equality and diversity in the built environment as a Women in Construction Ambassador, simply get in touch with; email@example.com
Posted on March 08, 2019
Last day of work for Victoria before she heads off for some feet up time before her new arrival in early April.
Everyone at the practice wishes her well and hopes she can fit into a taxi with her enormous bouquet of flowers!
Posted on March 08, 2019
Today for International Women's Day we are celebrating the 20 fabulous women who work at Collective Architecture.
Collective Architecture has 47 members of staff employed in both our Glasgow and Edinburgh studios, so that's a 43% strong female workforce and growing!
Posted on March 06, 2019
Coinciding with International Women’s Day, 7th March, RIBA North East is planning an exciting event to explore, challenge and address issues of gender diversity in practice.
RIBA have invited practitioners to speak from a variety of scales of practice, who lead by example and have a strong ratio of male: female staff. We want to learn from reality, and hear your ideas, suggestions and inspiration about how we can “change the record” to recruit, retain and promote a more gender diverse profession.
The event will include presentations from leading architects sharing their insight, followed by a questions and answers time. The evening will be chaired by Grace Choi.
You can purchase a ticket for this exciting event here; Buy Ticket
Posted on March 01, 2019
Triple celebrations this afternoon for our newly qualified Architects.
Well done Neal, Cat and Carl!
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Posted on January 23, 2019
We are currently recruiting an experienced Architect / Technologist to join our busy Edinburgh team.
If interested, please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline for applications: Sunday 17th February (midnight)
Interviews will take place in the proceeding week: 19th - 22nd February
More details below;
Posted on January 01, 2019
A Happy New Year from Collective Architecture!
Wishing everyone health and happiness in 2019.
Above photograph was taken by our Drone Pilot, Connor Milton on top of Calton Hill, 21st December 2018.
Posted on December 30, 2018
Collective Architecture would like to thank everyone who supported Social Bite's 'Sleep in the Park' fundraiser on the 8th December.
We managed to exceed our target and raise a total of £3,590 (including Gift Aid).
Social Bite’s mission is to end homelessness in Scotland and 'Sleep in the Park' was held to raise funds and stimulate the political action required to make a massive difference in the lives of Scotland's most vulnerable people and ultimately try and eradicate homelessness in Scotland.
Providing high quality housing forms the bedrock of Collective Architecture’s values and we work with clients all over Scotland to provide homes for sometimes the most vulnerable people in our society. This is why we got behind this incredible charity.
Well done to everyone involved, a great team effort at the end of 2018!