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Project technologist
at Bond Bryan

Bond Bryan Architects is hiring a project technologist to join its team in Kent, UK.

Bond Bryan is a multi-disciplinary practice comprising architects, landscape architects, master planners and interior designers. With a diverse range of award-winning projects in both the public and private sector, we focus upon the creation of lasting sustainable environments that, first and foremost, will enrich the lives and experience of people and their communities.

We offer our services – both nationally and internationally – from our four studios in Kent, London, Birmingham, and Sheffield.

Due to an exciting and expanding workload, we are on the lookout for an architectural technologist to join their already  established, creative and growing team.

The ideal candidate will be proficient in running medium-sized projects from Stage 3 onwards. Experience in leading a team – with the capability of liaising with clients and consultants effectively – is essential.

The right candidate will have experience in BIM and will have worked in a 3D environment, with knowledge about clash detection, coordinating with consultants’ information. ArchiCAD experience would be ideal although not necessarily a requirement. Experience in medium to large-scale residential and/or educational sector projects is preferable.


To work directly with the studio’s associates, associate directors and with our team of project architects – collating, organising, investigating and producing technical information for use during the development of the project design.

Adopting the role of Project Lead from the commencement of RIBA Stage 4 (detail design) until RIBA Stage 6 completion/handover.

Developing the architectural design

What you can expect

Working directly with the project architect to undertake the following:

  • collate and organise technical information
  • investigate technical information and factors that affect projects – including client requirements, site/building surveys and regulatory requirements
  • produce all information necessary to submit applications to all relevant statutory authorities
  • prepare and present design proposals.

Preparing detail design and production information

Acting as project leader to undertake the following:

  • liaise with clients
  • work in conjunction with the contractor for design and build projects
  • prepare and present detailed design proposals
  • advise the programming of deliverables
  • manage the internal Bond Bryan project team
  • act as design leader in co-ordinating the wider design team
  • contribute to the detailed design process and co-ordinate detailed design information
  • review the acoustic and fire reports and incorporate the strategies into the detail design package
  • prepare specifications for construction work
  • prepare drawings, plans and documents for statutory approvals
  • attend design team meetings and coordination meetings, record minutes and prepare any associated documentation
  • contribute to design-stage risk assessments

Contract management/construction on-site

Acting as project leader, undertake the following:

  • make site visits and record findings of site inspections
  • respond to site queries and requests for information
  • prepare drawings, plans and documentation as required by the contractor
  • attend design team meetings and coordination meetings, record minutes and prepare any associated documentation
  • prepare construction record drawings and documentation


  •  Assist with the production of construction record drawings

Professional practice:

  • adhere to Bond Bryan’s internal policies eg, quality assurance
  • undertake structured continued professional development (CPD)
  • uphold the reputation of the practice at all times to existing customers such that they place repeat business and recommend us to others

Life at Bond Bryan

Alongside the opportunity to both work and lead on a variety of exciting projects, the successful candidate will join an enthusiastic, friendly and dynamic architectural practice which puts great emphasis on a healthy work-life balance and encourages a collaborative company culture.

A competitive salary (based on experience), alongside a variety of company benefits including: flexible working hours, free fresh fruit, subsidised regular social activities, a health benefits package, pension contributions and health insurance. As part of the firm’s commitment to professional development, Bond Bryan offers support time to undertake professional qualifications and studies.

We are extremely proud of our reputation which has been built on both professional expertise and innovative solutions; we are looking for someone to join us who will share our aspirations to provide an ever-improving product within both our industry and society at large.

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

To apply, please submit your CV, salary expectations and a covering letter explaining why you are the right candidate for the role and what gets you out of bed in the morning via the apply for job button below.

Salary: Undisclosed
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