Godden Allen Lawn is continuing to strengthen its team by bringing in new specialists to deliver top quality surveying and architectural services to domestic and business clients across Kent and the south east.
The award-winning team, renowned for the stunning architecture of The Wing visitor centre at the Battle of Britain Memorial at Capel-le-Ferne, also delivers a full range of surveying, property maintenance and design services covering commercial, domestic, business and industrial premises.
To help it keep up with demand, the partnership has been growing steadily, with Robert Pou, Gary Mead and Ed Hatfield all joining the team in recent months.
Gary, an associate director with the partnership, is a chartered building surveyor who gained wide-ranging experience in London and with Kent County County Council before joining Godden Allen Lawn. His responsibilities include mortgage valuations, property maintenance and forensic building investigations.
Architect Robert, now 30, hails from Barcelona and was involved in social housing before moving to the UK and working for a development company as well as gaining experience in interior design and commercial projects. He now support Godden Allen Lawn across a range of fields, from extensions to new builds and commercial property.
After studying for a degree in history and international relations at Nottingham Trent University, which he completed in 2014, Ed did work experience with Godden Allen Lawn. He enjoyed it so much he topped up his qualifications with a masters’ degree in building surveying and has now rejoined the firm as a graduate surveyor.