After completing his A-levels Rob joined CCD in 2010 as an Architectural Technologist. During the four years working as an Architectural Technologist Rob undertook a part-time course, and achieved a distinction in firstly, a BTEC, and then, a Higher National Certificate, in Construction and the Built Environment at the Guernsey College of Further Education.
Rob was involved in many of the diverse range of projects in CCD’s portfolio allowing him to gain experience across all types of work and building styles. It was quickly evident that he had a growing interest in the surveying aspect of the works, and as such took on a large percentage of the measured surveys carried out by CCD. Rob was eager to develop his training as a Building Surveyor.
In September 2014 Rob left Guernsey to study at Nottingham Trent University on their BSc (Hons) Building Surveying Course. Rob continued to work for CCD in his holidays assisting Stuart Pearce with Condition Surveys, Condition Survey Reports and Schedule of Conditions, as well as undertaking measured surveys.
In June 2016 Rob returned to CCD after two short years of full time study at university, with a First Class Honours degree. Rob also won the CIOB East Midlands Student of the Year Award due to the considerable achievements made in his final year. He now combines his previous technical experience with the knowledge gained at University to assist the company in all manner of tasks in the daily role of a Building Surveyor.