With you and for you.
We look for solutions that work for people, communities and the environment. How we get there is by listening to you.
The first thing we do is put a director or associate on your project. They’ll be with you from start to finish, so you’ll always have access to objective, expert advice you can trust.
Getting to know you is part of the process. We’ll make ourselves experts in your particular needs so we’re always improving the way we work – with you and for you.
Staff work at BIM Level 2, complemented by full BIM technology. Our Quality System operates in accordance with ISO 9001:2015 and our Environmental Management System is in accordance with ISO 14001:2015.
"It is clear everyone appreciates the work put in by Tooley Foster – I have been to many pre-app meetings attended by design officers and architects, and that one was particularly positive on design!"
We have received numerous awards and recognitions, demonstrating our ability to design ‘Environments that work’ for both the public and private sectors, with creativity and an appreciation of our clients' needs.
Whether you’re an up and coming architect or an established professional, any practice you go to work for has to take your career development seriously. Which is why we constantly invest in training and development for our people.
Whether you are working from the office in Buckhurst Hill or remotely, you really do get the best of both worlds. Positioned on the edge of London and wrapped by Epping Forest on two sides, Buckhurst Hill has a country town feel. With its winding high street full of independent shops, great places to eat and its decent sized Waitrose you do not feel like you are in London. But jump on the Central Line at Buckhurst Hill tube, and in 27 mins your in the heart of The City (and that is against the commuters).
We attract a diverse group of employees from all over London, Essex and beyond, all at different stages of their careers. Young graduates from inner London mix with colleagues who have chosen to make this part of outer London their home. This makes for a great mix of people and a very constructive and professional atmosphere.
As a close-knit team, we’re very happy and more than a bit proud to work in an inclusive, supportive environment where everyone’s contribution is important. There is little of the politics that can occur in central London offices, and working with us means you will get your evenings and weekends back. Unless schedules are particularly tight, we have enough resources to ensure set hours tend to be the ones people work. You can work flexibly around core hours, and we can offer both home and office based working.
In recognition of the value we place on our staff and their continued training and development, we have held Investors in People status since May 2005; achieving their Silver Standard in 2017. We continue to be an accredited Investors in People organisation and are an Equal Opportunities Employer.
We offer a professional career in a well-supported and friendly work environment where you will have the opportunity for personal development, as well as training to support your individual career development needs. We welcome applications from a wide range of backgrounds; selecting candidates for interview based on skills, qualifications and experience.
Architect/architectural technologist with experience of low energy building design & construction with an interest in building physics and energy modelling, wanting to work with award winning architects and Passivhaus designers on a range of low energy projects. Working with our Director of Sustainability you will establish low energy strategies for the concept and detailed design of a range of building types including private and social housing, care and medical buildings. The Passivhaus approach will be central to your work.
You will be responsible for the initial energy assessment of buildings at RIBA Stages 2 or 3 and develop construction design and detailing information during RIBA Stage 4, working with colleagues to deliver construction and compliance information in a fast moving environment. This will include the use of BIM, CAD and energy modelling software.
116 Palmerston Road
Buckhurst Hill is on the north-east border between London and Essex. The nearest Tube station is Buckhurst Hill (Central Line) which connects with Stratford and central London. The M11, A406 (north circular) and M25 are all in easy reach.
Tooley Foster is situated on the corner of Palmerston Road and High Road. The entrance is in Palmerston Road. Car parking is available for all visitors and staff.
Arriving by Tube
Take the Central line to Buckhurst Hill. On leaving the station turn right into Victoria Road and at the junction turn left into Palmerston Road. We are the last building on the left at the top of the hill (this is a 10 min uphill walk) You can also take the 549 bus from outside the station.