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HRI Architects acquire Thomas Munro & Co

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July 4 2016

HRI Architects acquire Thomas Munro & Co
HRI Architects have acquired Thomas Munro & Co, one of the oldest practices in Scotland, for an undisclosed sum, making the newly enlarged business the largest indigenous practice in the Highlands with 10 staff members.

The move will see Colin Munro, principle at Thomas Munro & Co, continue as a consultant in the new business, which will be catchily renamed HRI Architects incorporating Thomas Munro to signify the changes.

Current projects being undertaken by the business include renovation works to Inverness Cathedral, a number of onshore buildings for the ‘MeyGen’ tidal renewable project in Caithness and a new community centre in Maryburgh.

HRI founder Andrew Bruce, founder of HRI, will become managing director with HRI co-director Mark Williams named as technical director.

Munro said: “I am pleased that the firm founded by my grandfather Thomas Munro will continue in a new form. I look forward to making an active contribution to the new practice.”

Under the deal HRI will shutter its existing Inverness studio and relocate to the offices of Thomas Munro & Co at 62 Academy Street.

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