Kepczyk Pearce Sanderson is an architectural practice, established to provide a high-quality ethical service, specialising in the conservation, repair, re-use and re-ordering of historic buildings, churches and structures including the design of sympathetic extensions to existing structures and also new buildings.
Kepczyk Pearce Sanderson was founded by Andrew Kepczyk (MSc CHE MRICS RICS Accredited Historic Building), Mark Pearce (BA(Hons), BArch, MA, AADiplCons, RIBA, AABC) and Duncan Sanderson (BA(Hons), BArch AADiplCons, RIBA, AABC); all three directors are professionally accredited in building conservation and serve on various committees and accreditation panels.
Collectively we have worked on a broad range of building types and structures from a Grade 1 listed Elizabethan hall to public parks, private houses and Scheduled Ancient Monuments; we also have wide experience of working with clients on numerous significant and sensitive projects in both England and Wales, many of which are listed and involve an expert knowledge of public funding systems, grants and the secular and ecclesiastical consent processes. Our clients include Historic England, Cadw, local councils, universities and many churches of all denominations
We have a sensitive and considered approach to our work and aim to be friendly and approachable, working as a team to achieve a successful outcome for our clients and projects alike.