Practice Merger!

November 1, 2017

 

For the past 20 years there have been two architects’ practices operating in Derby carrying the Montague name. We are delighted to announce that as of the 31st October these two practices became one.

 

Matthew Montague Architects have merged with Montague Architects. After 48 years Montague Architects will close their premises on Vernon Street in Derby and the team will join Matthew and his team at their newly refurbished offices in Longford, Ashbourne forming one practice.

 

Montague Architects was established in 1969 by Matthew’s Father; and subsequently Jeff James, Paul McLocklin and Dave Swann have successfully run the business for many years building an enviable portfolio of projects and clients.

 

After 45 years at Montague Architects Jeff will be moving on to pursue other interests, as will Dave who has been with the practice 28 years whilst Paul will join Matthew and his team as a consultant.

 

 

“I have had a fantastic career spanning 45 years with Montague Architects, I have been privileged to be involved with many inspirational developments across the Midlands over the years and I can’t think of a better way to take our business forward than by merging with Matthew and his team.”  - Jeff

 

“I wish Jeff and David all the very best for the future and I am delighted to welcome Paul on board, he brings a wealth of experience. I know that my father would be delighted with this merger, and that his legacy will continue.” - Matthew

 

 

From the 31 October all current and new projects will be designed, managed and completed under Matthew Montague Architects.

 

Matthew Montague Architects in an award winning architect based in Derby, UK. If you would like to contact us about any current or future projects call us on 01335 330510 or email matthew@matthewmontague.co.uk

 

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