Malton architects celebrate 20 years

The staff of Bramhall Blenkharn Architects , The Maltings , Malton   celebrate  their 20th Anniversary   ( l-r), Patrick Cuddy, Jonathan Dickinson , Billy McCluskey, Ric Blenkharn, Simon Bennett and Karon Bramhall

The staff of Bramhall Blenkharn Architects , The Maltings , Malton celebrate their 20th Anniversary ( l-r), Patrick Cuddy, Jonathan Dickinson , Billy McCluskey, Ric Blenkharn, Simon Bennett and Karon Bramhall

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AN AWARD-winning Malton architects is celebrating its 20th anniversary with an exhibition of previous projects.

Bramhall Blenkharn Architects was established in York in 1994, and has grown to be one of the leading practices in the region, winning over 60 national and international design awards and being responsible for over 1,000 projects across the North of England.

The practice was formed when Mark Bramhall joined Ric Blenkharn in partnership and the pair were later joined by Patrick Cuddy as director moving to Malton in 2000.

They now employ eight members of staff and this year has won four further awards for their work as well as being shortlisted for The Sunday Times House of the Year Award for a new home in Harrogate.

To mark the 20th anniversary Bramhall Blenkharn is holding an exhibition at the City Screen in York until June 29.

Director Ric Blenkharn, said: "\We have completed over 1,000 projects across the region, probably representing over £100M worth of construction work. Clearly this has made a major contribution to the local industry. and we have been delighted to work with numerous clients during that time and grateful for entrusting their projects to us.

"We have been delighted to win our recent awards, recognising the contribution of clients, contractors and suppliers in achieving these projects.

He added: "We would like to thank all those people who have supported us in various ways over the past 20 years, and look forward to a continuing relationship in the future."

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