David is a Chartered Building Surveyor and Managing Partner of Fuller Associates. After completing a Diploma in Surveying Practice and obtaining an Honours degree in Building Surveying from Kingston University, David went on to become a Chartered Surveyor who specialises in Architectural Design, Contract Administration and Project Management on varying size projects.
Emma joined Fuller Associates in 2018 in our East Preston Office which provides Architectural and Project management services. Emma brings with her a wealth of experience in managing businesses and projects on site from her time working in London in the Commercial Fit out sector and previously a director of Caldotec Ltd. Emma specialises in running project management services.
Anne is an experienced CAD Technician having studied an ONC in Building Construction at Chichester College of Technology. Over the past thirty years she has worked with Architects and Engineers in London, across West Sussex and on the Isle of Wight. Her portfolio includes commercial and residential projects, new-build and renovation schemes.
Andrew is the founding Partner of Fuller Associates and a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. With 35 years of experience in Surrey and Sussex, Andrew specialises in historic building design and renovations and period timber frame design and repairs.
Estella joined Fuller Associates in 2006 as Practice Manger of the Arundel Office providing administrative support in the Architectural Design Department and overseeing operations within the Survey Department. Estella has recently started her ASSOC RICS training to specialise in Residential Surveying.
Mark is a member of the Royal Institution of Charter Surveyors (RICS) with over thirty five years of property related experience, including property auctions and commercial valuation. However, the majority of Marks career has been spent advising clients in residential property matters.
Lynda has been with Fuller Associates just under 3 years. Prior to working for Fuller
Associates Lynda worked for a local housing association and further education college in