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Martin Croucher

Martin gathered his experience at home and overseas through key involvements in the design and construction of a diversity of structures - domestic, commercial and industrial buildings, and of infrasructure projects.
 
His first engagement was as a trainee engineer on site constructing the Blackfriars underpass in London in the 1960's since when, after reading Civil Engineering at London University, his career encompassed building a prestigious mosque in Libya, feasibility and design studies for the Orwell Bridge in Suffolk, constructing a bank for the Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency, a £30m leisure centre in Inverclyde, Scotland and the Microsoft Headquarters in Reading - and in between was for seven years a senior lecturer in structural engineering at the University of Malawi.
  
During the travels a home in Rendham, Suffolk has been maintained for the past thirty years during which Martin acquired some familiarity with East Anglian conditions through appraising and designing buildings in the locality. 

Martin is a Director of the Suffolk Architectural Heritage Trust, a church bellringer, Parish Councillor, and sometime 

Martin is a Director of the Suffolk Architectural Heritage Trust, a church bellringer, Parish Councillor, and sometime Chair of the Alde Community Council. 
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