Michaela Eaves RIBA architect

PMA welcomes a new ARB/RIBA registered architect to the team

Lead architect Perry Mears is delighted to welcome Michaela Eaves as a ARB/RIBA registered architect to PMA . “Michaela is a great addition to our architectural team, bringing fresh perspectives and considerable specialist expertise. PMA’s team approach ensures full use of our varied expertise and skills, particularly valable through the various stages of design and construction. Michaela is an ARB/RIBA registered architect with 13 years experience in private practice working predominantly on Residential, Extra Care, Homeless and Mixed Use schemes and for the past 8 years working for PLC and SME House builders managing the Planning Stage for large scale residential schemes, complex Rural Exception sites and Strategic Land promotion and delivery.”

“I’ve immediately settled in to the friendly PMA team; the levels of expertise, experience and skills are really inspiring, and I’m looking forward to contributing to various exciting residential and commercial projects currently underway throughout the westcountry. Working within large and small scale Housebuilders for the past 8 years has been an invaluable experience, gaining a deeper understanding of the business of being ‘client side’ and managing the complexities which come with realising schemes from land identification through to handover of properties – which is never a straight path! Being an architect is a discipline in problem solving and the past 8 years working within the Housebuilder industry has certainly tested this skill! I have met and worked with some incredible people doing amazing work through this and it was exactly these attributes which drew me to PMA and their ambitious growth plans. I look forward to exploring where this next exciting chapter with PMA will lead to and picking up with contacts old and new along the way.” 

It has been my dream to live by the coast and I was lucky enough to have that dream become a reality 3.5 years ago moving from the Midlands to North Cornwall, now I’m focussing on embracing the full-coastal-living-experience and trying (though mostly failing!) to get better at surfing but certainly enjoying plenty of coast path walking and sea swimming. I have recently started pottery lessons with the hope of one day making Keith cry on ‘The Great Pottery Throw Down’.