Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) Chartered Practice
Richard Maltese Architects, is a chartered member of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) Chartered Practice, working on a variety of project types; from multi-million pound mixed use residential and commercial developments, to one-off houses and landscaping design.
Richard Maltese Architects was founded and registered as a RIBA Chartered practice in 2010.
To become a Chartered Practice, architectural practices need to comply with strict criteria in an accreditation scheme that gives the client a mark of quality. So by choosing a Chartered Practice you can expect a certain level of excellence in design and service.
Richard Maltese Architects, an RIBA accredited member, works to a common set of standards and has in place:
- quality management systems
- health and safety policy
- employment policy addressing the principle of the RIBA policy statement on employment
- continuing professional development (CPD) for all staff
- environmental management policy and its application to the business operation of the practice