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Consultant Architectural and Building Surveyor.Other
Consultant Architectural and Building Surveyor.
With extensive knowledge of the building and construction industry covering a broad spectrum of project types along with Project Management along with CDM Coordination.
Ex Architectural sector and Local Authority and previously associate with Grimsey Gee Partnership Consultant Civil and Structural Engineers.
Martin established Architectural Services in 2010 as professional multi-disciplinary Architectural and Building Surveying Construction Practice based in Canterbury, Kent and is founded on extensive knowledge of the building and construction industry.
The Practice offer a comprehensive and complimentary range of services and advise at economical prices which would have many benefits for our client’s, developers and professionals across Kent, South East, and London and beyond.
The practice work covers a broad spectrum of projects from Residential and Mixed use, Commercial and Retail, Community and Education.
Associate member of the chartered association of building engineers
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