Review 2019-2020

Flexible
Spaces


This year, more than ever, it has been essential to create flexible spaces for clients which serve their needs now and into the future – we’ve helped to build outdoor classrooms, create flexible office interiors and embed SMART technology which transforms the way buildings are managed and enjoyed by occupants. Creating spaces which can adapt to changing needs is crucial today – allowing clients to repurpose real estate into attractive new spaces which fit our changing way of life.
  • This mixed-use redevelopment will feature an immersive media space with screens three times the size of those at Piccadilly
  • This New York legal practice relocated its headquarters to 31 West 52nd Street
  • The book publisher's new headquarters was granted Practical Completion during the height of the pandemic
  • Forming part of a wider development, this state-of-the-art venue is the first new theatre in the West End for over 50 years
  • Channel 4 has chosen this iconic Leeds landmark as the location for its new headquarters
  • The new structure will provide the museum with more space for its ambitious exhibitions
  • The Science Museum’s new medicine galleries cover an area equivalent to 1,500 hospital beds
  • These open plan offices are enhancing cross collaboration, communication and connections
  • The mobilisation of the new Integrated Facilities Management contract continued despite the challenges thrown up by the pandemic
  • Initially built for research into new car technologies, the Innovation Centre is currently in use as an emergency Nightingale hospital
  • THE PROGRAMME PROVIDES AN OPPORTUNITY FOR A ONCE-IN-A-GENERATION TRANSFORMATION IN THE DELIVERY OF MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES ACROSS SOUTH-WEST LONDON
  • THE UPDATED LANGUAGE CENTRE IN THE UNIVERSITY'S HISTORIC PARKINSON BUILDING PROVIDES STATE-OF-THE-ART FACILITIES FOR BOTH STUDENTS AND STAFF
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