Chartered Architects & Planning
Ken Morgan Design & Building
Member of the Royal Institute of British Architects
Chartered member No 4366358.
Ordinary National Certificate (ONC) Building
Higher National Certificate (HNC) Quantity
Over 5 years experience in family's construction
Over 42 years experience in Architecture.
Bsc (Environmental Studies), with first class
B.Arch., (Wales) with distinction.
Corporate member of the Chartered Institute of
Membership No. 717380
Degree in Building Management
Licensed SAP Assessor (Surveyor I.D. No. B211-
Over 32 years surveying and construction site
Worked in Health Authorities as a building
Building Control and Disability Access Surveyor in
Over 17 years experience in Architecture
Bsc Architectural Technology, with First Class
Licensed SAP Assessor (Surveyor I.D. No.B211-
Licenced Assessor for the Code for Sustainable
Ken Morgan (fluent French language)
Architect – Managing Director
Aled Davies (fluent Welsh Language)
Technologist - Technical Director
Katherine Davies (fluent Welsh Language)
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 Bank.
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
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 of Swansea.
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.
Telephone - 01834 860873
Fax - 01834 862000
Email - email@example.com
Website - www.kenmorganarchitects.co.uk