The practice was formed by the two partners Edward and Alastair Murray. Between them they have in excess of forty-five years post qualification experience gained across a wide geographical and architectural range.
Both principals were educated at Scott Sutherland School of Architecture in Aberdeen obtaining honours degrees, Diplomas in architecture and memberships of the Royal Institute of British Architects and the Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland.
Prior to forming the practice Ed worked briefly in Local Authority before becoming a director of a Design and Build company. Alastair worked for many years in a prominent Aberdeen private practice before also joining the Design and Build Company.
The practice has experience of projects ranging in scale from, construction costs of several million pounds to a few thousands. These include new works, conversions, alterations and extension work, both of an industrial and domestic nature.
The practice is based in Laurencekirk, located just south of Aberdeen, and although much of its work is in that area it is happy to undertake projects throughout the U.K. Projects to date have been carried out from Golspie in the North to Ingliston in the South.
The practice is fully computerised with all drawings produced on CAD for paper or electronic submission to both clients and Local Authority Planning and Building Control Departments.