Ceri is a Chartered Member of the Royal Institute of British Architects providing a comprehensive range of architectural services for a number of clients.
The company is client-focused and undertakes work on historic and traditionally constructed buildings, residential dwellings, community buildings and schools. Projects include new build, conversions, renovation and repair.
With an approachable friendly manner and a broad range of skills and experience we bring a reassuring level of expertise to your building project.
Our clients range from large organisations experienced in carrying out building projects to private individuals with no previous experience.
An RIBA Chartered Architect offers the full range of architectural services listed in the RIBA Plan of Work. This includes measured surveys, planning drawings, planning applications & appeals, reports, construction drawings & detailing, specifications, contract administration, site inspections and certification.
The service we provide is tailored to your individual needs following discussion with you, the client. You may simply need some informal professional advice before embarking on your project, and we are happy to provide this too.
For more complex work that needs a multidisciplinary approach you will be advised of the type of specialist input you are likely to need and we will bring together a team of professionals to work collaboratively with you on the project. This is possible following our many years working alongside other specialists in the construction industry.
The design and construction of buildings is by definition a collaborative process. Most of our projects demand that we work alongside engineers, quantity surveyors and design professionals. We also encourage and are open to collaboration with other architects, craftworkers, artists and designers.
Cross-fertilisation of ideas and methods stimulates a vibrancy and vitality in ones approach to architecture and this helps maintain an inquisitive outlook which feeds back into the projects we undertake.