A FIRM of award-winning architects has teamed up with Huddersfield Town.
One 17 Design, based at Armitage Bridge, has extended its official partnership with the club for the upcoming Championship season.
The company has supported Town for the past few seasons before becoming an official partner last summer.
It was one of more than 40 companies and fans to donate to the Play-Off Final ticket initiative in 2010 – a pioneering scheme create by Town chairman Dean Hoyle, which raised more than £25,000 and allowed 800 school children to attend the match at Old Trafford.
Last season, One 17 Design director Mark Lee was a cyclist in the Road to Wembley bike road – another innovative scheme devised by Mr Hoyle to raise money for 800 local school children to attend Town’s Play-Off Final victory over Sheffield United.
One 17 deals in all aspects of design work, from architecture and project management, to structural and interior design and graphic communication. The firm has been in practice in Huddersfield since 1960.