Lucy joined LSI as a Part II Architectural Assistant in July 2016, having previously worked at Purcell across the residential, cultural and education sectors. In April 2017 Lucy qualified as an architect and became a chartered member of RIBA. Her previous work with historic buildings led on to a number of schemes at the UEA, including the renovation of the engineering research labs and teaching workshops. She has also created visuals for various projects, including the Fakenham Academy and the East Anglia One wind farm land base.
More recently Lucy joined the healthcare studio, and has worked on converting an office building in south west London into an outpatients and diagnostics centre. She has fulfilled a number of different roles within projects; including preparing planning applications, providing support on tender packages and assisting on contract administration. Lucy has a particular interest on the importance of architectural environments in health care, having researched the link between domestic spaces and wellbeing in cancer care for her dissertation at university. Outside of her project work Lucy has recently taken on the role of CPD organiser.