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We have had numerous repeat commissions from
Our latest project in Carmarthenshire
County involves the re-aligning and entrance lane to a
remote farm courtyard.
The dilapidated farmhouse will be demolished and
replaced with a new dwelling serviced off the new
entrance driveway. The project is in the survey stage
before commencing design options.
We can offer a design service tailored to the client's
needs and budget.
We do not charge for an initial consultation either in
our office or at the client's site. Once the client's brief
is established we can quote fees on a fixed fee basis for
a limited service or on a percentage fee scale to be
agreed for a full service. The latter would normally
include monitoring the building construction and
providing certification on completion.
From the Narberth location Ken Morgan has travelled
as far North as Manchester working for Manchester
University. The project involved the creation of a
tourist information centre for the Arboretum at Jodrell
In the East, at Swindon a new factory was designed
and built for Biomet, manufacturers of orthopaedic
prostheses, involving clinically sterile facilities. This
was the third project carried out for Biomet.
Housing projects range from one-off new-builds for
private clients to housing estates for building
developers. Ken Morgan was also involved in the
creation of a new village of 50 houses, a community
centre and doctor's surgery in a forest on the outskirts
This specialised sector has included projects for Sports
Buildings and Community Halls; Clubhouses and
Residential Care Homes.
The changing rooms designed for the Tenby and
District Sports Association involved the use of driven
piles to support the building. This is because the site
was a disused refuse tip overlying marshy ground in
the estuary of the river Ritec. The project was
completed with the benefit of a grant from the
Sportlot lottery funds and it was completed on time
and on budget.