Celebrating our 10 Year Anniversary

Calvert Brain and Fraulo Architectural Ltd are celebrating ten years of success since the practice was formed in August 2007.  The company continues to go from strength to strength, undertaking ever more challenging and interesting projects in both the domestic and commercial sectors.

“All of our designs are carefully considered to ensure they meet our client brief as well as being creative and providing practical and elegant solutions, within budget”.

One Client – King’s Lynn Samaritans gave us great feedback –
Our very positive experience has shown us that they, are very knowledgeable, listen to their customer’s needs and respond very effectively to them, have very friendly, courteous and helpful staff, provide good value for money.  We would highly recommend the professional services they offer.’

Currently the practice is very excited to be working to deliver a new Fields Trials Station for the John Innes Centre, Norwich.

An important appointment recently saw Amrinder Chana take on the role of Associate within the practice.  He has a degree in Architectural Technology & Design, is an Associate member of CIAT and has an extensive technical knowledge, an eagerness to move the practice forward and excellent networking skills.

“Our staff are each highly qualified, loyal and committed to delivering high quality, cost effective solutions to our clients. Their dedication and pride in their work has been exceptional and is a credit to them and the practice.

Architectural Technicians Shaun Gayton & Preja Khanal together with Shona Greig, PA/Head of Admin all joined at the inception of the business and have played a big part in making Calvert Brain & Fraulo Architectural Ltd the well-established and highly thought of business we have become.”

We wish to continue to provide high quality architectural design services to our clients, to increase our client base, maintaining our high standards of service and to undertake ever more challenging and exciting projects to enhance the local built environment.

 

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