At Gillespies we understand that our people are our most valuable asset. Our collective enthusiasm, creative-thinking, diversity, and passion for design is the root to our long success. But we also understand that friendship and team spirit is cultivated outside the office.
I had my sights set on Gillespies from half-way through university, as it’s a company whose design principles I very much admire. I’ve been part of the Gillespies family for a year now, and work with a close-knit team who are as passionate about the design profession as I am. There is never a dull day at Gillespies.
Heather Simeonov, Graduate Landscape Architect, Manchester
Gillespies broad range of projects and focus on landscape architecture was an attractive asset to me as a graduate landscape architect. Since joining, I have been immersed in a wide range of projects, both large and small in scale and at a variety of stages from concept through to detailed design, providing me with the essential skills needed to progress within the profession. The office provides a welcoming and friendly environment whilst never failing to create a diverse and challenging range of projects for me to work on.
Ryan Bailey, Graduate Landscape Architect, Leeds
Gillespies provides the opportunity for creative, environmentally-led design, involving junior members of the team throughout the whole process. The wide breadth of exciting and innovate projects across a range scales has provided an inspiring, fast-paced working environment. From large public realm schemes in Shanghai to smaller, people-focused projects in East London, I’ve been given the opportunity to develop myself professionally, as well as work in a fun environment. Top tip, the Friday drinks are always worth a visit!
Eleanor Godfrey, Landscape Architect, London
Gillespies provides lots of exciting opportunities to work on a diverse range of prestigious projects. This breadth of high profile projects and company reputation is essentially what drew me to Gillespies back in 2013. Since joining the company, I’ve been involved in a mix of schemes including large residential, education and regeneration projects, as well as several design bids and competitions. I’m currently overseeing the latest phase of public realm for Wellington Place – a Grade A commercial development project in the heart of Leeds City Centre. And although this particular project is on our doorstep, I also get the chance to work on schemes across the country.
Stuart Postlethwaite, Senior Landscape Architect, Leeds
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