Rees Architectural Services Ltd started as the trading name of Richard Rees BSc (Hons) MCIAT in mid-2009. In 2014 the practice became chartered with the Chartered Institute of Architectural Technology. In 2020 the company of Rees Architectural Services Ltd was incorporated. The practice is fully insured, licensed and regulated to carry out architectural design and specification.
We differ from other practices. Rees Architectural Services Ltd. is centred around its director, only brining trusted third party specialist in when required; saving clients unwarranted fees. You’ll always have a one on one contact with a highly experienced chartered professional and have all the benefits of using a larger firm without the added costs. We’ll liaise with specialist consultants and local authorities for you.
We have vast experienced of dealing with Pembrokeshire County Council and Pembrokeshire Coast National Parks. We’ve also worked on projects as far away as London and Scotland but Pembrokeshire is home!
Our director has academic and real life construction knowledge as a construction manager and designs and specifies accordingly. We understand the local trades and merchants and specify to suite.
We offer a free written estimate with no obligation. If you’d like to discuss your project please call us on 01646 682322 / 07891202487 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Richard Rees BSc (Hons) MCIAT
Richard Rees BSc (Hons) MCIAT is the Principal of Rees architectural Services and is a Pembrokeshire native who has 10 years of formal training and 12 years experience working for a number of Pembrokeshire based architectural practices. In this time he has worked on hundreds of successful projects varying from simple householder alterations and extensions to multi-million pound developments.
Local knowledge aids Richard, providing him with an insight of the local authorities and a great familiarity of the areas vast network of consultants and contractors. He continues to develop his skills with training and believes “we must continue to develop and push boundaries or risk becoming obsolete”.