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Welcome to Ken Morgan Architects, Ken
initially set up in private Architectural Practice
in 1976. The Architectural Studio is at
Narberth, Pembrokeshire, West Wales.
Member of the Royal Institute of British Architects
Chartered member No 4366358.
Ordinary National Certificate (ONC) Building
Higher National Certificate (HNC) Quantity Surveying.
Over 6 years experience in family's construction
Over 43 years experience in Architecture.
Bsc (Environmental Studies), with first class honours
B.Arch., (Wales) with distinction.
Member of the Association of Project Safety.
This specialised sector has included projects for
Sports Buildings and Community Halls;
Clubhouses and Residential Care Homes.
The changing rooms designed for the Tenby and
District Sports Association involved the use of
driven piles to support the building. This is
because the site was a disused refuse tip
overlying marshy ground in the estuary of the
river Ritec. The project was completed with the
benefit of a grant from the Sportlot lottery funds
and it was completed on time and on budget.
Housing projects range from one-off new-
builds for private clients to housing estates
for building developers. Ken Morgan was also
involved in the creation of a new village of 50
houses, a community centre and doctor's
surgery in a forest on the outskirts of
From the Narberth location Ken Morgan has
travelled as far North as Manchester working
for Manchester University. The project
involved the creation of a tourist information
centre for the Arboretum at Jodrell Bank.
In the East, at Swindon a new factory was
designed and built for Biomet, manufacturers
of orthopaedic prostheses, involving clinically
sterile facilities. This was the third project
carried out for Biomet.