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Was always interested in woodwork as a kid. Had first taste of the construction industry in Yr 10 + 11 via ‘an introduction to the construction industry’ course where we studied plumbing, brick laying and carpentry.

Studied carpentry and Joinery at Weymouth college and then Taunton college along Site working for a small company In Somerset where I was involved in building everything from quirky glamping pods to Traditional timber frames and Joinery items to various items of bespoke furniture.

After 6 years of this at age 24 I decided to try self employment where I predominantly manufactured bespoke architectural front doors and windows, along with timber frames of various kinds, fitted furniture and the occasional cabin.

 Despite a reasonable degree of success, at 28, I felt in order to progress I needed to join a team/company where I could get involved/learn more about the wider aspects of the construction industry, especially the historical/Conservation side of the industry.

Living in the somerset countryside means having had the opportunity to work on many periods properties over the years, i much prefer to work on a building with some history and soul rather than what are sadly mostly soulless new builds we find being built today! 

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