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Michael Spicer

Michael SpicerMichael Spicer MAPM RIBA is a Norwich Architect who has worked in both private and public sectors having previously run his own successful Norwich based architectural practice. He is a RIBA Client Adviser and a Project Manager offering these additional skills as part of the partnership’s independent client-side specialist consultancy services.

His career as an architect in Norfolk began at Group Lotus as company architect before moving on to the Norwich Institute of Food Research where he was involved in upgrading the estate asset along with new developments of laboratory facilities. After establishing his own practice in 1983, he also involved himself in promoting the architectural profession, becoming President Norfolk Association of Architects in 1991 and representing Norfolk on the RIBA Eastern Region Council during his two years in office.

He has designed and delivered projects in many  sectors – Commercial,  Education, ResidentialEmergency Services, Community, Health, Leisure, Retail and Building Conservation. A portfolio of work in the Housing sector covers bespoke private houses, barn conversions and schemes for individual clients, private developers and Housing Associations.

Michael has recent experience of Off-Site and Modern Methods of Construction.

“Good quality temporary buildings provide interim solutions where the long view of assets exceed an immediate need, where budgets are tight and where timescale or programme constraints may make a permanent or traditional solution unviable.  MMC offer that essential quality control before delivery and the opportunity for a speedy project conclusion – if properly planned, programmed and managed”.

Whilst work is a passion he does find time to take to the water on his newly restored sailing cruiser, Horus. He also likes to tinker under the bonnet of his classic Triumph cars, a TR6 and a Vitesse, sometimes even getting to drive them!

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