Brownhill Hayward Brown Chartered Architects

Brownhill Hayward Brown Architects has been established for 70 years (1946) and currently has a team of 35 staff based at our Lichfield office. The practice is committed to providing innovative and sustainable solutions which enhance the built environment whilst benefiting the user and the wider community.

The practice enjoys an established reputation for its design work which encompasses all sectors of construction. We consider the diversity of our work and specialism in both new build and conservation based projects to be key factors in our continued success. By drawing on our combined experience and knowledge we are able to offer our clients a unique and holistic service tailor-made to the requirements of the project.

The Directors

ANDREW HAYWARD
BA(hons) Dip.Arch (Birm) RIBA AMRSPH IMaPS SIIRSM

Andrew has been with the practice since 1985 having previously worked for architectural practices in Birmingham and Wolverhampton. Experienced in both new build and conservation projects, winning many regional and national design awards. Particular specialism in master planning and co-ordination of projects from initial client brief to completion. RIBA conservation accredited architect.

Current & recent projects include:
Dunham Massey Visitor Centre for the National Trust; JCB Golf Course Development, Rocester; Whittington Heath Golf Course (with HS2); New visitor facilities, remodelled office and production facility for Wedgwood; Approved Architect to Birmingham & Lichfield Dioceses.

MARK WILLIAMS
BA(Hons) Dip.Arch Dip.ArchPractice. RIBA

Mark joined the practice in 1998 having studied at Plymouth School of Architecture and having worked in practices in Birmingham. He is experienced in a wide and diverse range of projects, with extensive experience in the residential sector, ranging from domestic projects to large scale strategic urban extensions.

Current & recent projects include:
St. Helen's House, Derby; Deeside District Centre, (Connahs Quay); Quorn, Leicestershire; Woodhouse Eaves, Leicestershire; Vearse Farm, Bridport; Broaknook Garden Suburb, Rothley.

ADRIAN MATHIAS
BA(Hons) Dip.Arch.Birm. MA.Arch RIBA AABC

Adrian joined the practice in 1999 having previously worked for architectural practices in Birmingham. Completed projects include numerous award winning new build, conservation and ecclesiastical projects. Extensive experience of works to historic buildings, sites and parks for private, public and ecclesiastical clients. Adrian has a specialism in the repair, adaptation and imaginative new use for historic buildings, including working closely with the HLF and other grant bodies.

Current & recent projects include:
Dunham Massey Visitor Centre for the National Trust; Highclere Castle; Harvington Hall; St Chads Cathedral, Birmingham; St Thomas' Priory; Bethesda Chapel; St Helen's House, Derby; Attingham Park (the National Trust); Walsall Arboretum; Alton Castle; Numerous parish churches in the Lichfield & Birmingham Diocese and Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Birmingham.