Tylorstown Welfare Hall

Tylorstown, in the Rhondda Fach, evolved in the late 19th Century around the collieries originally started by Alfred Taylor with the Pendyrus Colliery. The Hall was built in 1933, funded by donations form workers’ wages, colliery ...

West Horsley Place wins award

On the 1st December 2021 the Mayor of Guildford Marsha Moseley presented the Guildford Design Awards 2021. This award is run jointly by the Guildford Borough Council and The Guildford Society. The award celebrates good building ...

Charlecote_Park-news

National Trust Projects

MTA have been appointed to undertake the refurbishment of the heating systems at Charlecote Park and Berrington Hall for the National Trust. Both schemes include Biomass installations and conservation heating approaches. We are very ...

Walking the Itchen Navigation

Several of the MTA Staff took part in a charity walk on Sunday the 14th of November, to raise much needed funds for Cancer Research UK. Organised by our very own CAD manager Roz Tucker, the walk started in Southampton and followed the ...

Martin Thomas Associates

New Director

We are delighted to announce that our Associate Mechanical Engineer, Paul Trew has advanced within the company to become one of our Mechanical Directors. Paul has been an integral part of MTA since 2013 and we are very excited to have ...

Martin Thomas Associates

We are recruiting

We are now looking for bright and enthusiastic Engineers to join our award-winning team.

Walmer Castle project received a regional RIBA award

We are delighted to have received news from Adam Architecture that Walmer Castle, one of our projects, has received a RIBA award.

Church Projects

With the call for all churches to achieve carbon ‘net zero’ by 2030, Parish Councils are looking at how to achieve this goal and part of the equation is to look at heat loss and heating options. MTA’s experience with Heating ...