Commercial architects, Bury
Business property ‘ROI’…
Our approach to commercial property architecture combines functionality with style.
Our team offers extensive experience in many different types of commercial work, carefully considering environmental aspects and sustainability. We explore out of the box techniques to ensure that we really unlock the potential of the site.
Equilibrium understands that ‘commercial’ means profit-driven and businesses looking for ‘return on investment’. We achieve our commercial clients’ goals by:
- Creating cost-effective designs
- Project managing the process
- Working with them all the way
“Richard and the team at Equilibrium Architects have designed a house for us that is characterised by its clean lines and great simplicity which does justice to it’s beautiful surroundings and imposing position. Our house, now a home, is such a wonderful place in which to live because of the calm, light filled spaces which Richards great design has given us. Throughout the build process Richard and the team had that collective calmness when things were not going as the script had been written. Richard contributed so much more than words could express that we will be forever grateful for the time and effort he contributed to help make our self-build project such an enjoyable one and one that we are so lucky to live in day by day.”
Homeowner – Chorley
“Equilibrium and their team have worked with Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service on a number of diverse projects, they have been a dependable partner offering holistic and collaborative approach to architectural design services, and other technical discipline.”
Ian Riding, Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service
Being a residential care home, extended many time on a large site, we needed new drawings for the entire 12 acre site. This was no small undertaking and the scale of the work put us off for many years. Equilibrium took the job on and exceeded our expectations; they were professional, courteous and cost effective. We would highly recommend Equilibrium”.
Gareth Richmond, Brookvale Care Home