Paul Stevens Architecture Ltd was established in 2000 in Salisbury, Wiltshire by Paul Stevens who became a Chartered architect and member of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) in 1987.
Described by previous clients as "insightful", "proactive" and "knowledgeable", the architectural practice has a varied workload of both new and refurbishment work which includes schools for County Councils, housing and flats for local developers and housing associations, private housing and ecclesiastical projects.
Paul Stevens Architecture is now made up of four members of staff including two architectural technicians and an office manager supporting the architect Paul Stevens. Since 2003, the practice has had an association with Chris Romain Architecture Ltd giving both firms the advantage of sharing resources and expertise on larger projects (see affiliates page for further information).
As well as being a chartered architect, Paul Stevens is also a registered planning supervisor and carries out planning supervisory work for both his own and other local architectural practices.
Paul Stevens Architecture welcomes commissions located in Wiltshire, Hampshire, Dorset , Somerset and Berkshire.