Ronald Associates
Ronald Associates is an independent architectural practice founded in 1994 by Richard Ronald Architect ARB DipArch BSc (Hons). We bring extensive experience of work on commercial, residential and
Grafik Architecture
Formed in 2001, we are strategically placed to work across Greater London, the South East and West of the UK. Each of our directors has strengths in particular disciplines. The Grafik team represent a
John Costen
John Costen is a local Chartered Architect with 25 years experience in private housing, hotel, commercial and broadcast design and construction including the conversion and renovation of Listed
Revo Design
Revo Design Ltd is based in Billericay in Essex and carry out Architectural Services for both private and commercial Clients in the surrounding areas. Revo Design Ltd strives to offer good quality
Design & Technical Management
From small extensions to large scale developments dtm provide a personable, professional and cost effective architectural service which can be tailored specifically to the need of our clients. We
Nett Assets Architectural Solutions
Most people understand property value simply as the result of the surveyor's or valuer's report. But the truth is often hidden just below the surface, in the changes that only a skilled eye can
DMD Architecture
A complete residential architectural service from a dynamic architecture practice Providing full residential architectural services including, house extensions, loft conversions, internal remodelling
CHeSS Architecture & Development
CHeSS Architecture & Development, working from their offices in Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire was formed in 2002 by Roy Lopez and Mark McFall, having worked together previously for eight years as
KJG Design
KJG Design was formed in 2007 by Keith Grearbanks A.C.I.O.B the practice was started in the Herts Beds and Bucks area offering an Architectural Design and planning Services based upon Keith Gratbanks
A & P Designs
A & P Designs was set up by Paul Little in 1984 when Paul realised that the market was missing the opportunity to offer a smaller scale service at competitive prices, as opposed to the instruction of