During the 1960s, the range of buildings the practice delivered continued to evolve. A number of speculative and end-user office buildings were developed alongside purpose-built university buildings, wine cellars, and more. The architectural style also evolved into a much more modernist approach characteristic of the decade as witnessed across the country.
A major rebuilding campaign spread across the country in the 1950s following the aftermath of the Second World War. It was a period which saw the work of Alec F French and Partners (as we were then known) expand beyond Bristol into surrounding cities including Plymouth, Exeter, Swansea, and Swindon.