There is a new face at joinery manufacturer and timber buildings specialist Scotts of Thrapston.
Bryn Lee has joined the firm as a project manager. Bryn studied for his Masters in Architecture at The University of Manchester School of Architecture. During his time at Manchester, Bryn won the Property and Construction Committee Manufacturing Award 2013 from the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce for the work he carried out during his work experience at Scotts and his final year thesis project.
Director James Scott said: “Bryn has proved to be a great asset to our team and has been able to cast a fresh set of eyes throughout our range of timber products, looking at new materials and modern methods of construction. As we move closer to our 100 year anniversary, we will be working on some of our most innovative projects to date, which we are looking forward to unveiling during our centennial year.”
Bryn said: “Construction has to be responsible and use methods which offset carbon, this is a fantastic opportunity to help a reputable brand such as Scotts embed this ethos, but at the same time maintaining the quality and standards they have become synonymous with over the years”.