Architecture practice marks 40 year anniversary with new project wins
A North East architecture firm has celebrated its 40th anniversary in business with a range of new project wins.
Howarth Litchfield (HL) has recently landed two ecclesiastical projects at churches in the region as it reaches its fourth decade of operations.
The firm, which is based in Durham, is currently reviewing proposals and the funding requirements for an extension to facilities at St George’s Church in Sacriston.
Work is also progressing at the Bethany Memorial Independent Methodist Church, located on Gleneagles Road in Grindon.
Originally specialising in hospitality, commercial and medical practice work, HL now takes on projects across a broader range of specialist areas including education, residential, conservation and ecclesiastical.
Howarth Litchfield’s managing director, Jonathan Yates, commented: “Awareness of the business has also been enhanced by a series of high profile and award-winning projects across various sectors over the years, so I believe we are the go-to firm for many clients, which is most gratifying.
“It’s been great to build a successful and dynamic design practice in the North East that is recognised nationally for its quality of work. The hunger for more success keeps me motivated in a job I simply love.”
Director Neil Turner added: “We will continue to grow the HL brand across architecture, interiors, building surveying and who knows what else. We are most certainly moving ahead with our vision for growth and welcome the challenges to come.
“We will also be expanding the workforce. We currently have 28 staff and are committed to growth - when we find talented people with the right fit.”
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