Marta Petchame

Marta is a key component of SBA heading up the Exeter team with strong design, technical and project management skills. She has experience across most sectors, including Residential, Student Accommodation, Specialist Schools, Offices, Research Centres, Visitor Centres, Leisure Centres and Pools.

Marta Petchame

Why Marta is right for your project

- Track record of acting as Lead Co-ordinator on residential, student accommodation and specialised school projects.

- Design and technical delivery of projects up to £20m

- Experience as project runner, both design and delivery

- Wide ranging experience of all work stages and a range of building types


Residential Sector and Student Accommodation Experience:


  • Wilford Road, Nottingham (previous practice) – £20m, 20-storey student residential development in Nottingham to meet the needs of a growing student population, reduce the usage of the general housing stock for student housing in multiple occupation (HMOs), and further the city’s ambitions for the Southside regeneration.


  • Falkland Road, London (previous practice) – £2.5m, 5-storey residential building incorporating six apartments located within the Kentish Town Conservation Area in Camden, London.


  • Dock Street, London (previous practice) – 13 storey tower and two 7 storey mixed use buildings, providing 90 new high quality apartments including roof gardens, and penthouse duplex units in the tower, as well as ground level commercial space.


Specialist School Experience:


  • SEN Schools (previous practice) – £14m and £12m, 3 proposed SEN schools across the country, including Sports Halls and Pools, that provide a mixed, all-through special school for children with autism and other additional learning difficulties and needs.


Leisure Experience:


  • Odd Down Sports Ground, Bath – extension to, and refurbishment of, the existing pavilion building at Odd Down Sports Ground, Bath, including a nature trail, LED floodlights and 4 Padel Tennis courts.


Ham Hill Visitor Centre, Yeovil – new visitor centre for Ham Hill Country Park, a site with Scheduled Monument status and high importance as one of the largest Iron Age hill forts in Europe.