We respect the people that work for us, and trust they will respect us.
Our people-centred approach extends to all aspects of our work and our relationships with colleagues. We have a dedicated work ethic, and as responsible employers also advocate a strong life/work balance. This positively influences our creative input to projects as we encourage our staff to explore new ideas outside the studio.
fabrik actively promotes continued professional development, so each one of us realises our career potential. Training and personal development often takes the form of reflective learning through mentoring and continual review throughout the project cycle. In this way each member of staff, and each project, benefits from the shared knowledge, experience and expertise within the practice.
The practice’s support of lifelong reflective
learning extends across the profession, particularly through Paul Barrett’s
work to establish the Landscape Institute’s Pathway to Chartership.
fabrik welcomes a new recruit
fabrik's newest member of staff
new staff join our alton studio
fabrik welcomes new staff
new starters join fabrik
a new member of staff joins fabrik
congratulations to paul whittle...
congratulations to chris mimms!
just one more...
last but not least...
congratulations to alice and john
heading for the top
moving up the ladder
fabrik's newest recruits
new staff arrive
pathway to chartership celebrations
welcoming new recruits
congratulations to kay lung-kendall!!
congratulations to andrew smith!!
congratulations to simon grieg!!
pathway to chartership success
life work balancing act
new starters in spring