Allison Pike Partnership design buildings that respond to the client’s brief, enhance the experience of the building’s users and are achievable within the programme and budgetary constraints of the project. We are team players in the design process.
Allison Pike Partnership was founded in 1984 by Greg Pike and Mark Allison, with John Bray joining them within the first year and becoming an Associate and then a partner in 1995. The three partners became directors when the practice incorporated in 1999. Chris Gill was promoted to director level in 2008. Greg Pike retired from the practice in late 2015.
At the beginning of 2017 a directorship change was implemented with John Bray and Chris Gill becoming joint managing directors. Paul Dunlop, Liz Holcroft, Richard Mayers and Simon Pryce all became directors and Mark Allison retired from the Board at the same time. The practice has a proactive approach to Quality Assurance and is an RIBA Chartered Practice and has achieved ISO9001:2015 accreditation for its Quality Management Systems.
A “hands on” approach and attention to detail prevails throughout our range of work in both architecture and interiors.
The firm’s workload has always been a mix of commercial and residential, new build and refurbishment, architecture and interiors, and work in the hospitality and leisure sector has built a platform for growth and expanded the horizons of the team.
Allison Pike Partnership Ltd has been located in Disley on the south eastern edge of Greater Manchester since 1998 and the office is well placed for connections to the motorway network as well as main line train services and Manchester Airport.
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In brief, Allison Pike Partnership can offer an architectural and interior design service with the following particular benefits:
- High quality personal service
- Depth of experience
- A practice with a wide geographic coverage
- Suitably qualified personnel and the capacity to respond to Client demands
- Full or partial service to suit Client requirements
“a design company of some size and resource with a small company attitude and a personal service”