2021.01.07 - Directors Chris and Jonathan are appointed Associate Lecturers at Lincoln University School of Architecture.
2021.01.01 - Having been based at 20 Banks Street, Horncastle for the last 25 years, we are pleased to announce the practice has today formally completed its relocation to new offices located at Lodge Farm Barns in Skendleby. There can be no doubting that 2020 has been tough for everyone, so here's hoping the year ahead will be a happier and healthier one for all.
2020.12.11 - Scorer Hawkins make the pledge to join Architects Declare which is a network of architectural practices committed to addressing the climate and biodiversity emergency.
2020.11.23 - Director Jonathan Capek becomes an Associate Member of the Ecclesiastical Architects & Surveyors Association (EASA).
2020.11.20 - SPAB National Maintenance Week. Today marks the start of the SPAB's annual National Maintenance Week campaign, which aims to reminds anyone who looks after a building - regardless of its age, type or purpose - of the simple, achievable steps they can take to prepare for the worst that winter can bring.
2020.10.22 - Our New Shop Front project, for Hopper's Jewellers of Boston, has been featured as an exemplar of heritage-led regeneration in a promotional video produced by Heritage Lincolnshire.
2020.10.16 - Our new website has gone live today!
2020.10.05 - We are pleased to welcome Joe Mulholland to the practice. Joe joins us as an Architectural Assistant, having graduated from the Lincoln School of Architecture earlier this year.
2020.09.24 - Today our practice officially adopts the new name of 'Scorer Hawkins Architects Limited.' The practice had formally been known as 'Scorer & Hawkins Limited' since 2010.
2020.09.14 - Our Twitter account was launched today. Much to our great surprise, our very first tweet - featuring an image of Sam Scorer's Markham Moor Service Station - received nearly 40,000 views within 48 hours! It is good to see there is still so much affection for Sam's architectural legacy.
2020.07.31 - Director Philip Hawkins has received approval to remain on the Register of Architects Accredited in Building Conservation (AABC) until July 2024. All registered architects are re-assessed every five years as a continual skills appraisal process, ensuring that they continue to demonstrate the appropriate insight, understanding and application of the building conservation principles.