Horsley Huber Architects Ltd
continue an unbroken tradition of architectural
practice founded in Stafford 150 years ago. With
offices in Stafford and London, the practice has
five directors and four associates working with
technical and general staff, including clerks of
works and CDM coordinators.
Our current programme covers a broad range, including religious, education, health, and commercial buildings. Projects range in value from £50,000 to £20 million
Conservation projects include the Redhouse Cone
Glassworks Museum for Dudley MBC, the extension
and conservation of Stone Station for Stone Town
Council, and around forty listed churches.
projects are of all sizes, with a considerable
involvement in PFI projects.
Our present health design work includes major
PFI hospitals, LIFT schemes and a range of other
In addition, we are engaged in several housing
and commercial projects.
The practice offers full administrative and
financial support services, computer systems for
project management, financial forecasting, desk
top publishing and National Building
Specification, VectorWorks Architect and
AutoCAD, a full RIBA
technical library and on-line information system
to complement the full Department for Children
Schools & Families, DHSS and Housing
Corporation guidance information.
|We are a team drawn
from six different countries. Project teams
with the supervision of a director
provide architecture which stays in the
financial frame and is both stimulating
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