Hartwell Architects have been incorporated into Hazle McCormack Young LLP (HMY)

Hartwell Architects have been incorporated into Hazle McCormack Young LLP (HMY)

HMY are delighted to announce that Hartwell Architects have been incorporated into Hazle McCormack Young LLP (HMY) as of 1st June 2018. This acquisition draws on the complementary skillsets and professional qualifications of Hartwell Architects to strengthen their teams specialising in healthcare, residential and education projects.

Hartwell Architects founding partners Stephen Ball and Alan Found will be joining HMY as Senior Architects continuing to manage the team at Dover with Stephen Coomber, Partner responsible for Canterbury and Dover offices. This will grow HMY to 30 staff comprising 5 partners, 14 architects, 2 interior designers, 5 assistants/technical staff and 4 administration staff.

“The incorporation of Hartwell Architects within HMY will strengthen our vision for the practice providing us with the skills, knowledge and resources to develop our expanding workload particularly in the healthcare sector with our success in being appointed to the NHS SBS Consultants Framework. Stephen and Alan also bring their experience in the education, residential, infrastructure and masterplanning sectors to enhance the service HMY can bring to our clients”.

Stephen Coomber, Partner HMY

“Having established Hartwell Architects in 1989 and built a good reputation for our work undertaken across a broad spectrum of projects, we recognised the strong synergy between Hartwell Architects & HMY and how, by bringing the practices together, we strengthen and broaden the services we are able to offer. We are all excited about the joining of our practices and looking forward to our future together.”

Alan Found, founding Partner Hartwell Architects

Hartwell Architects join John McCormack, Stephen Coomber, James Galpin, James Robson and David Hall in developing HMY as a leading Chartered Architect Practice in the South-East. With offices in Canterbury, Tunbridge Wells and now Dover HMY has the resources, experience and imagination to deliver their growing portfolio of work which includes a new 600 seat theatre for Kent College and a £20M mixed use development at Leyton Green. Our passion lies in their wish to create the highest quality modern architecture, combined with their commitment to advancing the technology of the built environment, making beautiful, sustainable and intelligent buildings which inspire and delight.

‘Taking care, we bring people together to make Architecture’.

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