Robert Keeble
Director
RIBA AABC

Rob qualified from Brighton school of architecture in 1983 with a first class degree and began his career within a regional firm of architects. Since forming KLH Architects in 1988 with Graham Lambert and Alan Howard, Rob has continued in regionally orientated practice and has formed a close working knowledge of many of East Anglian Planning authorities. His experiences extend to a wide range of project types ranging from historic listed buildings to education and large healthcare facilities. Rob believes in and practices the approach that whatever the nature of client, private individual, local authority or trust body it is important that a close and direct relationship be developed with their architect. He is committed to continued professional development and joined the list of architects accredited in Building Conservation in 2011 together with completing a Post-Graduate Certificate in Energy and Sustainable Building Design in 2012 via distance learning with De-Montfort University. (MSc pending research project.)  

With a firm belief that the nature of the client brief and the context will dictate the design solution Rob is aware that this will vary and whether conservation, contexture or reproduction, it is always the quality of design and execution that delivers exemplary architecture.

Robert Keeble

Robert Keeble

Robert Keeble
RIBA AABC
Director

Alan Howard
Director
MCIAT

Alan qualified as an Architectural Technologist in 1983, becoming a full chartered member of the Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists in 1984. As a forming partner and director of KLH Architects since 1988 he specialises in construction technology, planning, conservation, building regulations, Code for Sustainable Homes, sustainability assessments (BREEAM), Healthcare and specialist mental healthcare. Alan strongly believes in consulting with the entire client team to develop a clearly defined brief and set of goals to be achieved.

Alan Howard
Alan Howard

Alan Howard
MCIAT
Director

Graham Lambert
Director
RIBA

Graham has been a director of KLH Architects since its formation in 1988 and has always sought to support architectural students and work experience pupils within KLH Architects to ensure an experienced and committed team. Graham has welcomed new technologies, especially Building Information Modelling (BIM), and has given valuable support to colleagues to ensure its integration within the office.  

Graham specialises in initial feasibility studies and space planning exercises and is currently developing the KLH Principal Designer role. With significant experience in health sector projects, most recently a Cardiology Laboratory at Ipswich Hospital and a new Cancer Centre at Colchester, Graham also has experience in refurbishment projects and is aware of the issues when working in a ‘live environment’. He has considerable experience in the refurbishment and extension of residential care homes with an emphasis on the needs of elderly dementia residents. Graham has also been involved in a number of civic related schemes, including the repaving of Ipswich waterfront, improvements to the transportation network and designs for new bus stations within the town.  

Graham Lambert
Graham Lambert

Graham Lambert
RIBA
Director

Martyn Goodwin
Director
RIBA

Martyn Goodwin is a Chartered Architect and a Director of KLH Architects with over 35 years’ experience in Architecture and Construction. He has worked in healthcare, industrial, commercial and residential sectors which gives him an extensive experience of a wide variety of projects. Martyn is experienced in the appraisal and restoration of heritage buildings; and as the ‘Creative Director’ he is involved in the conceptual design and planning stages of many practice projects. He enjoys helping private clients unlock the potential of their homes.

Martyn Goodwin
Martyn Goodwin

Martyn Goodwin
RIBA
Director

Bryan Wybrow
Director
RIBA

Bryan has considerable team leading experience on major public sector, healthcare, education, commercial and residential projects on which he has specialist technical knowledge and contract administration experience. Qualification as an architect in 2011 reinforced these skills through professional recognition which generated a heightened enthusiasm for architecture and design through personal achievement.

After joining KLH Architects in early 2014, Bryan oversaw the transition to using Autodesk Revit for all live projects within KLH Architects and is delivering continually evolving Revit and BIM strategies across the company. With his recent appointment to Director of KLH Architects Bryan is an integral member of the management staff. He is also keen to continue his involvement as Chair of RIBA Suffolk and will continue to represent the group and KLH Architects within the Suffolk Joint Consultative Committee.

Bryan Wybrow
Bryan Wybrow

Bryan Wybrow
RIBA
Director

Andy Garnham
Associate Director

Andy began his architectural career in 1987, taking on a role of Architectural Technician and joined KLH Architects in 2010. Andy's main areas of expertise are in sport & leisure, health care and commercial sectors, both private and publicly funded. Having been trained as an Architectural Technician Andy has also worked for a mechanical and electrical consultant, structural engineers and interior designers and has previously gained valuable hands on site experience. This combined with an extensive and in-depth knowledge in dealing with Design and Build contracts places Andy as a key senior member of staff within KLH Architects.

Andy Garnham
Andy Garnham

Andy Garnham
Associate Director
 

Rachel Cormack
Associate Director
ACIOB

Rachel has 30 years’ experience working in the Construction Industry. Her broad experience ranges from civil and structural engineering, design and construction detailing for a wide variety of architectural projects including commercial, domestic and healthcare. Over the last 15 years at KLH Architects she has specialised in Healthcare Design and has worked closely with several NHS clients. Rachel has developed an extensive knowledge of many different Healthcare services, including General Clinics and Outpatient facilities, Theatres, Pathology, Maternity, Radiology, Ophthalmology, Pharmacy and Mental Health Facilities.

Rachel has developed a good working knowledge of the Healthcare Environment, designing to conform to current Building Regulations, HBN’s and working in close liaison with the end users. She is happy to develop designs with space planning options and challenge existing design standards where existing HBN requirements have been outdated. She understands the changing nature of medical care and how advances in science and technology can mean deviations from HBN standards for the advancement of Services, new medical techniques and equipment.

Rachel thrives on finding design solutions for the ever-changing NHS Services being provided. The use of Revit (3D modelling software) has helped Clients better visualise the design and ensure the end results meet requirements and expectations.

Rachel Cormack
Rachel Cormack

Rachel Cormack
ACIOB
Associate Director

Alan Wilkinson
Senior Architect
RIBA

With over 40 years in the construction industry, Alan has accumulated a great deal of experience in design and project management over a range of building types. Much of this experience has been in education and community based projects, with schools ranging from single classroom extensions to multi-million pound new build and extension projects. In recent years, one of Alan’s projects has been the £6 million restoration of a 1930’s Art Deco Lido at Broomhill in Ipswich, which will bring this important Lido back into public use.

Alan’s experience ranges over many different sectors and he has also been involved in tutoring and mentoring younger people advancing their careers, including guest involvement in assessments and judging the work of students at the University of Suffolk. He remains an enthusiast for good design and for architecture as a positive contribution to society and the environment.

Alan Wilkinson
Alan Wilkinson

Alan Wilkinson
RIBA
Senior Architect

Stuart Edgar
Architect
RIBA

Stuart completed his RIBA Part 1 at the University of Lincoln where he learned the importance of light and spatial arrangement in design, a principle which he promotes in all projects. During his final study year he worked at KLH Architects for summer work experience and later gained a permanent position for his year. Remaining with KLH Architects, he returned part time to gain his RIBA Part 2 qualification at London South Bank University and completed his Part 3 with RIBA North-West in 2017 becoming a Chartered Architect.

With 10 years’ experience at KLH Architects, particularly in the initial design and planning stages, Stuart is also competent in both 2D and 3D graphics programmes utilising 3D modelling and rendering to develop and portray proposed designs. He has excellent experience in healthcare projects working on West Suffolk Hospital master plan in 2014/15 and subsequently seeing through several individual projects through all RIBA stages to completion to fulfil the master planning proposals.

Stuart is currently pursuing accreditation in Building Conservation (AABC) with repair, restoration and extension projects to Grade I & II listed buildings and Churches, including undertaking historic building inspections.

Stuart Edgar
Stuart Edgar

Stuart Edgar
RIBA
Architect

Ben Moore
Chartered Architectural Technologist
MCIAT

Since joining KLH Architects in 2007, Ben has achieved an honours degree in Architectural Technology whilst studying part time at Anglia Ruskin University. He has also gone on to become a full member of the Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists 'MCIAT' and is currently undertaking his professional assessment to become a full member of the Chartered Institute of Building.

In the twelve years since joining KLH Architects he has acted as lead consultant on multiple residential properties, commercial projects and has provided technical design input on healthcare projects, specialising in new build residential dwellings and flats. With experience in taking projects from planning through to tender, Ben is also able to provide supervision throughout the construction stage through to handover.

He has recently put together a team to deliver large scale residential developments, combining his construction experience, management skills and knowledge of the Building Regulations to deliver a comprehensive detailed design package for Construction.

Ben Moore
Ben Moore

Ben Moore
MCIAT
Chartered Architectural Technologist

Tom Bryce
Project Manager/Designer
MRICS

Tom has over 10 years of experience in the construction industry, working on a wide range of projects ranging from historic listed buildings to education and large healthcare facilities, and has extensive experience with technical design, site coordination and contract administration.  Tom became a chartered surveyor in 2018 joining the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors as a project manager.

Tom Bryce
Tom Bryce

Tom Bryce
MRICS
Project Manager/Designer

Jon Pattle
Senior Architect
RIBA

Jon qualified as an architect in 1980 after studying at the University of Bristol School of Architecture. In the mid 1980s he joined Neil Poole to set up Poole & Pattle Architects which built up a reputation for quality design and service to an established client base. Jon has been working with KLH since the practices merged with KLH in November 2018. His experience covers a vast range of project types and scales from masterplanning and business parks to furniture design and graphics. Jon’s interest has always been in providing innovative, buildable, and sustainable solutions to design problems taking concept designs right through to detail design and contractor administration.

Jon Pattle
Jon Pattle

Jon Pattle
RIBA
Senior Architect

Neil Poole
Senior Architect
RIBA


Andy studied at the University of Brighton, qualifying as an architect in 2005. He joined KLH Architects in 2018, having previously worked in Brighton, Eastbourne and Ipswich. Andy is an experienced architect with a great balance of technical ability, project running and client management. He has worked on a wide range of projects from conception through to completion, with particular expertise in the commercial and retail sectors. Andy has been responsible for numerous new-build and redevelopment schemes for a major national food retailer across the country.

Neil Poole
Neil Poole

Neil Poole
RIBA
Senior Architect

Andy Acourt
Architect
RIBA

Andy studied at the University of Brighton, qualifying as an architect in 2005. He joined KLH Architects in 2018, having previously worked in Brighton, Eastbourne and Ipswich. Andy is an experienced architect with a great balance of technical ability, project running and client management. He has worked on a wide range of projects from conception through to completion, with particular expertise in the commercial and retail sectors. Andy has been responsible for numerous new-build and redevelopment schemes for a major national food retailer across the country.

Andy Acourt
Andy Acourt

Andy Acourt
RIBA
Architect

Emma Biggs
Architect
RIBA


Having completed her RIBA Part 1 degree and post graduate architectural diploma at the Mackintosh School of Architecture Emma has gained experience as an architectural assistant and as an architectural illustrator whilst working as part of the visualisation team at Foster & Partners. With a strong passion for architectural visualisation gained through her time at Foster & Partners Emma has been able to develop exceptional skills in this field as well as gaining significant exposure to a wide range of exciting international projects.  

As an architectural assistant Emma has been a member of design teams working on competition bids and project design involving education projects, high end residential and commercial schemes as well as urban design projects. With a passion for Building Information Modelling Emma is now a key member of KLH Architects providing exciting and creative visual imagery, helping to liaise with clients to determine project briefs and providing technical assistance for complex Healthcare projects.

Emma Biggs
Emma Biggs

Emma Biggs
RIBA
Architect

Graham Page
Senior Architectural Technician

Graham has considerable technical experience in flat roofing systems, gained throughout previous employment at Bauder Ltd. Career progression into the Architectural field has enabled him to gain a diverse level of technical and on site construction experience on major public sector, Ministry of Defence, education and commercial projects. With extensive knowledge of NBS specification, AutoCAD software, and more recently Revit Architecture and BIM related software, he has developed specialist technical knowledge and contract administration experience.

Graham Page
Graham Page

Graham Page
Senior Architectural Technician

 

Nicola Gulliver
Architect
RIBA

Since finishing her Part 1 and Part 2 at Kent School of Architecture, University of Kent, Nicola has worked on a large range of projects within the practice. Nicola specialises in concept design and design development, but is increasingly gaining more responsibility over the design and management of projects during the detailed design and construction phase. Nicola undertook her Part 3 whilst working in the practice in order to become a fully qualified architect. Since achieving this Nicola has been a member of design teams working on competition bids and schemes in education, residential and student accommodation projects. Nicola has been working increasingly more in the healthcare sector, working closely on several projects in the practice.

Nicola has a keen eye for 3D modelling and visualisations and enjoys bringing schemes to life through creative imagery. Since becoming fully qualified she has increasingly more responsibility within the projects she works in and enjoys seeing them through the construction phase to completion.

Nicola Gulliver
Nicola Gulliver

Nicola Gulliver
RIBA
Architect

Emma Lawrence
Interior Architectural Designer

Emma joined KLH Architects in June 2017 after studying full time at Suffolk University where she achieved an Upper Second-Class degree with honours in Interior Architecture and Design. During her third year at university Emma was presented the RIBA Suffolk Design Award by Bryan Wybrow and Alan Wilkinson which led to an interview, followed by a career at KLH. Emma successfully applies all the skills gained to produce high quality work and is mainly involved with healthcare projects. She works in close liaison with the end users to gain full understanding of the project and what is required. Emma works successfully with Revit, AutoCAD modelling software and specialises in Photoshop and InDesign to produce high-quality images and graphics. Emma creates high end 3D interior visuals to illustrate the design which exceeds client’s expectations and requirements.

Emma Lawrence
Emma Lawrence

Emma Lawrence
Interior Architectural Designer
 

Will Ludkin
Architectural Technologist

Will Joined KLH in Nov 2016 after having accrued 10 years of experience in the architectural industry. Mostly working in and around Suffolk for local practices, he has also spent time working as a stonemason in London with some of the UKs leading Interior Designers. He has worked across a number of sectors including Domestic, Residential, Commercial and Education and is able to use his qualifications as an Energy Assessor to inform designs at an early stage to deliver buildings with high thermal performance.

Will holds a BA(Hons) in Architecture and is currently completing his RIBA Part 2 part-time, with a view to becoming a chartered Architect.

Will Ludkin
Will Ludkin

Will Ludkin
Architectural Technologist
 

Steve Manning
Senior Architectural Technician
ACIAT

Steve joined KLH Architects in 2004 with over 30 years' experience in the construction industry in both private and public sectors. Steve's experience makes him a highly valuable member of KLH Architects in which he carries out preliminary and detailed drawing work for Planning and Building Regulations approvals, construction drawings, design coordination and contract administration. Steve enjoys liaising with both client and contractor teams and is also responsible for building surveys and preparing tender documents for contractor appointments.

Steve Manning
Steve Manning

Steve Manning
ACIAT
Architectural Technician

Robert Gillett-Ratley
Architectural Assistant

Robert joined KLH architects in 2015 after completing his RIBA Part 1 degree at the University of Lincoln. In his time at KLH Architects he has gone on to complete his RIBA Part 2 Masters at London South Bank University whilst working in practice as an Architectural Assistant. In this time, he has gained a wealth of experience and responsibility.

He is involved in planning applications, detailed design, building control approval, building construction management and is currently working on a broad spectrum of projects including dwellings, commercial buildings, listed buildings and cultural institutes.

He is currently studying for his RIBA Part 3 and hopes to become a chartered architect in late 2019.

Robert Gillett-Ratley
Robert Gillett-Ratley

Robert Gillett-Ratley
Architectural Assistant

 

Mark Wilson
Architectural Technologist

Mark joined KLH Architects is March 2018 and has experience in residential extension and new build dwellings from conception and planning to on-site completion of construction. Mark has also been involved in healthcare and commercial projects whilst at KLH Architects.

 Mark has a Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Architecture from The University of Plymouth and is an Associate member of the Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists. Whilst working at KLH Architects, Mark is preparing a Professional and Occupational Performance Records with the aim or progressing to become a chartered member.

Mark Wilson
Mark Wilson

Mark Wilson
Architectural Technologist

 

Dewi Llewelyn
Architectural Assistant

Dewi joined KLH Architects in November 2016, after completing his RIBA Part 1 at Nottingham Trent University where he achieved an Upper Second-Class degree with honours. During his time at KLH Architects, Dewi has been presented with the opportunity to work and gain experience from a wide variety of projects including conservation, residential, commercial and healthcare. However on a daily basis he is mainly involved in large scale residential schemes; developing masterplans, preparing planning submissions and producing detailed drawing packages. With KLH’s continued support and guidance Dewi intends to build on his degree and further his knowledge on the technical aspects of design and construction. Dewi also works successfully with Revit and AutoCAD modelling software.

Dewi Llewelyn
Dewi Llewelyn

Dewi Llewelyn
Architectural Assistant

 

Thomas Diduca
Trainee Architectural Technologist

Thomas is currently undertaking his degree in architectural technology at the University of Westminster on a part time course, after joining KLH as an apprentice in 2016. In his time at KLH Architects he has gained a wealth of experience in planning and construction and is involved in a wide range of projects including residential, commercial and hospital work.

Thomas Diduca
Thomas Diduca

Thomas Diduca
Trainee Architectural Technologist

 

Tim Keeble
Architectural Assistant

Since completing his RIBA Part 1 at Sheffield Hallam University in 2018, Tim has returned to KLH Architects where he successfully applies all the skills gained in design to practice. He has worked on a variety of projects of different scales and is currently involved with a number of paragraph 79 dwellings. Tim is able to work successfully with Revit and AutoCAD modelling software and also specialises in Photoshop and InDesign for the production of high quality illustrations, photographs and graphics.

Tim Keeble
Tim Keeble

Tim Keeble
Architectural Assistant

 

Joseph Robson
Technologist

Joseph joined KLH Architects in 2017 and is currently studying a Bachelor of Science in Architectural Technology on a full time course due to be completed in 2019. In his time at KLH Architects he has worked on commercial and residential projects. On a daily basis he works on detailed design taking projects from concept design through to construction.

Joseph Robson
Joseph Robson

Joseph Robson
Technologist

 

Ian Booth
Highways Consultant/CDM Advisor

Ian joined KLH Architects as Highways Consultant on a part time basis 3 years ago. In that time Ian has been involved in numerous projects covering the following elements of project delivery:

  • Production of S278 Highway Agreements and liaison with the Highway Authority
  • Engineering design and scheduling of works on civil engineering schemes
  • Site administration and supervision on civil engineering works
  • Financial management on civil engineering projects
  • Engineering advice for S38 and S106 Agreements

In addition to engineering related elements of projects Ian also assists KLH in ensuring compliance with the CDM Regulations 2015. This role includes:

  1. Production of pre-construction information
  2. Production of Designer Risk Assessments
  3. Assisting in the role of Principal Designer
  4. Assisting in the production of Health and Safety Files for completed projects
  5. Providing advice to colleagues in relation to Health and Safety and the CDM Regulations


Ian Booth
Ian Booth

Ian Booth
Highways Consultant/CDM Advisor

 

Lourdes Kocurek
CAD Technician

Lourdes has worked in the field of civil and structural engineering consultancy for 13 years. During this time she has gained skill and confidence in drafting and detailing on a wide range of engineering projects using AutoCAD software. She joined KLH Architects in October 2018.

Lourdes Kocurek
Lourdes Kocurek

Lourdes Kocurek
CAD Technician

 

Anya Martin
Office Manager

Anya joined KLH Architects in 2013 and is currently studying a BA in Business Management which she is due to complete later this year. The skills learnt on this part time course are an important part of her work at KLH Architects as she works closely with the senior management team to manage the business side of the company. Anya is responsible for all project related accounting. Anya is also a vital part of the KLH Architects' Quality and Environmental Management team and helps to maintain the company's ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 accreditation.

Anya Martin
Anya Martin

Anya Martin
Office Manager

 

Louise Keeble
Account Administrator

Louise joined KLH Architects in 2002 and supports the directors on an administrative level. Louise is also responsible for the financial records and day-to-day accounting. Overseeing the company's business accounts, Louise also manages a record of KLH Architect's archived project data.

Louise Keeble
Louise Keeble

Louise Keeble
Account Administrator

Caitlin Sutherland
Admin Assistant

Caitlin joined KLH Architects in 2015 and is the first point of contact for welcoming clients and work colleagues visiting the business. She supports all members of staff on an administrative level and is also responsible for managing all planning applications, fee proposals and project files. Caitlin also oversees KLH Architect's records of archived project data, as well as transferring it to a digital format to align with their ISO Environmental Accreditation standards.

Caitlin Sutherland
Caitlin Sutherland

Caitlin Sutherland
Admin Assistant