MEET THE TEAM

ABOUT US

Huntley Cartwright was established in 1985 in Oxted, Surrey.  Within four years the practice had grown and moved to Caterham, Surrey, where we now have eight partners and employ over 30 staff. 


Our team has contributed to many varied projects over the years.  We have developed particular expertise working for public and private customers in education, heritage, commercial, cultural and residential sectors as well as public realm and marine markets. 
 

Our staff are our greatest asset and we value the contribution they make.  We run an effective training and apprenticeship scheme that leads to graduate and chartered surveyor status.  For all staff, there is an active continuing professional development (CPD) programme.  Our success is only possible with team work, so we take time to reflect on our efforts away from the working environment and to enjoy each other’s company with regular social and team building events.

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CHRIS HUNTLEY FRICS MCI Arb MEWI

Managing Partner

Chris is the founding partner and in over 30 years at the helm, he has completed many different and unusual projects.

Currently, these include buildings in the conservation, education, commercial and residential sectors.  As a highly regarded quantity surveying expert, Chris has been influential in the settlement of a large number of construction disputes.

In his spare time Chris enjoys sailing, skiing, tennis and hiking with his family and two dogs.

GEOFF STALLARD MRICS MCIOB

Partner

Geoff began his career working for a major multidiscipline design practice and as a design coordinator for a design and build contractor.  At Huntley Cartwright he has developed and expanded the practice portfolio, working on historic buildings including Clarence House, Buckingham Palace, St James’s Palace, Marlborough House, Windsor Castle, Fulham Palace and many churches.  Geoff’s knowledge of construction management techniques has been effectively employed on a number of fire restoration and high quality residential and commercial projects.

 

Geoff enjoys car restoration and successfully participates in motor races.

ROBIN WORKMAN Bsc (Hons) MRICS RMaPS

Partner

Robin joined Huntley Cartwright in 1988 and became a partner in 1999.  His wide experience ranges across the education, research, commercial, catering, sport, residential and conservation sectors.  Robin has frequently acted as a quantum expert, assisting with the successful resolution of construction disputes.  His current projects include the Normandy Memorial in France. 

Robin's hobbies and interests include cooking, cycling and skiing.

IAN JUPP BSc MRICS

Partner

Ian joined Huntley Cartwright in 1994 and became a partner in 2006.  He is a chartered quantity surveyor and project manager with experience across a range of sectors including public realm, arts, private client, education and public buildings.

Ian’s recent experience includes many Heritage Lottery Funded schemes working with clients to develop and define projects initially for grant and funding applications and then delivery.  Ian is familiar with most forms of procurement and construction contract and his recent projects include a new regional arts centre, a river ferry pier on the Thames and the restoration of a Grade I listed manor house in West London. 

MARTIN JOHNSON BSc (Hons) MRICS

Partner

Martin has over 30 years’ experience as a quantity surveyor in the construction industry.  He has also acted as a project manager, employer's agent and client representative. 

Martin’s extensive portfolio of experience covers residential, leisure, education, community service, cultural and heritage projects.  He is fully conversant with many forms of procurement.  Martin’s recent work includes a new secondary school, regional theatre, sports club and an indoor swimming pool at a country estate.

Martin enjoys cycling and spending time with his family. 

ALAN GODDEN BSc MRICS

Partner

Alan joined Huntley Cartwright in 1988 and graduated from South Bank University in 1990.

Alan's wide experience covers a range of sectors and over the years he has developed strong relationships with many local authorities in the South East of England.  Currently, Alan is working on projects at Epsom College and is delivering the Westminster Hall conservation project together with the cast iron roof conservation programme.

Alan is an experienced scuba diver and enjoys watching his son play professional football. 

KARL RIECHERS BSc MRICS

Partner

Karl joined Huntley Cartwright in 1999 after 11 years with a major multi-disciplinary practice in London. 

Karl has specialist knowledge in the conservation, alteration and refurbishment of historic buildings.  He has gained this experience working on UNESCO World Heritage sites and Grade I listed buildings including the Houses of Parliament, Buckingham Palace, Kensington Palace, St James’s Palace, Windsor Castle, the Tower of London, the Old Royal Naval College, English Heritage sites and privately owned estates and houses.

ANTONY AUSTON BSc (Hons) MRICS

Partner

Antony graduated from London South Bank University with a First Class Honours degree in quantity surveying and became a Chartered Surveyor in 2010.  He was awarded the prestigious London Student of the Year Award from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors for outstanding work in his field. 

With over 17 years at the practice, Antony has gained a broad experience in all quantity surveying matters.  He is currently involved in numerous projects at the University of Surrey with whom Huntley Cartwright has had an excellent working relationship for over 20 years.

Antony is a keen footballer and enjoys spending time with his wife and young daughter. 

HUNTLEY CARTWRIGHT

Chartered Quantity Surveyors

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