We are often asked why the name of the practice is Challengers. Well the founders chose this because of their interests in ships and craft that go to sea, and having established their offices in the Medway area with its long established sea connections it seemed natural to find a name that linked the two. We discovered  that in the 1930's a survey ship was built for the Royal Navy at Chatham, and the vessel was called HMS Challenger which became an obvious choice as the practice name.
With our offices in Rochester Challengers are in an ideal position. We benefit from the inspirational qualities of this historic cathedral city. Our clients gain from our close proximity to the excellent motorway and rail links that serve Kent, London, the South East and, of course, the Channel ports and London City or Gatwick airports for ready access to Europe.
We specialise in looking after buildings and everything that concerns them.
To dispel, for example, any concern by architects that our work competes with theirs, be re-assured it does not. On the contrary, architects and other fellow professionals are amongst our very varied clients.
We offer a complete service with regard to buildings and their systems whether or not they are residential, commercial, industrial or public.