Sadler Brown Architecture celebrate merger in Newcastle
PUBLISHED: 00:16 02 February 2011 | UPDATED: 20:36 20 February 2013
One of the North East's leading architectural firms has marked its recent merger with a celebration at one of the company's most iconic and talked about local buildings in Newcastle.
One of the North Easts leading architectural firms has marked its recent merger with a celebration at one of the companys most iconic and talked about local buildings in Newcastle.
Sadler Brown Architecture invited 150 of its clients, colleagues and friends to celebrate some of the North Easts most renowned architectural achievements at the Haymarket Hub Metro station.
The event saw guests enjoy a visual presentation by company director Kevin Brown and an exploration of North East architecture by TV presenter and local legend, John Grundy.
With over 30 years of experience, Sadler Brown was born from two of the regions oldest and most recognised architectural firms; Hopper Howe Sadler and Reid Jubb Brown.
Having merged in 2010, the two firms have combined their award-winning teams and experience of nationally recognised design, regeneration and development to deliver first class projects to existing and potential clients.