Industrial and Equestrian projects.
Having completed buildings for industrial storage facilities, offices, High Tech engineering facilities and specialist warehouses, the studio has also completed simpler buildings such as equestrian buildings, storage units and grain sheds. Our principal objective is to work closely with clients, understand their specific needs and try to achieve the best commercially viable scheme possible.
Walters Architects are a Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) Chartered Practice and follow a structured process for delivering buildings from inception to completion, the RIBA Plan of Works 0 – 7. As well as full services, the office caters to clients’ individual needs and separate bespoke services such as Planning Approvals, Building Control Approval and gaining relevant compliance such as Party Wall Act.
Whilst design and legislation are the primary services, the team’s main strength is fundamentally delivering buildings. With the practice involved in every element of the design and construction, the process is more fluid, less open to risk and more cost effective from the point of view of professional fees and construction costs. The practice has continually proven that efficient delivery saves money.
The practice’s main objective is to work with the client throughout the entire process. Acting as Client’s Agent, Architects and Project Managers. As part of the complete service, Walters Architects help appoint all relevant Engineers, Surveyors and Consultants as well as any other third party needed as part of the process.
- Master Planning
- Project Coordination
- Feasibility Studies
- Tender Submissions
- Planning Applications
- Contract Administration
- Building Control Approval
- Access Audits
- Party Wall Notices
- Client Agents Services
- Working Drawing Packages
- Lead Consultant Role
The architect’s involvement from the very start of any project is vital and clients are encouraged to discuss their intentions with the practice as soon as an opportunity or possibility arises. Initial consultations are free and help clients understand the feasibility of a scheme before committing to a project entirely.