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Having lived in a Stephen home for most of his life, new recruit Ross Adams is used to the finer things! But did he ever see himself designing the next generation of Stephen homes?
Ross (23), who spent his first 21 years in one of Stephen’s Scone homes, recently joined us as an Apprentice Architectural Technician, which will ultimately see him shape the design of future Stephen properties.
Ross explained, “I had always been interested in construction at school and got top grades for my practical subjects such as woodworking and engineering craft skills. After school, I decided to go to Carnegie College in Dunfermline to do a National Certificate in Fabrication and Welding. I then went on to work for a local joinery company and, after a brief spell working with another firm, decided to go back to college to study construction, but with a more theoretical approach. I completed a National Certificate in Built Environment followed by a Higher National Certificate in Construction Management in which I received an A in my graded unit. I had been accepted to study Architectural Technology at Fife College but then saw this job advertised, and jumped at the opportunity as it sounded perfect!”
Ross aims to complete his two-year apprenticeship with the firm and, thereafter, hopes to be kept on as a Junior Architectural Technician. Welcome to Team Building, Ross!