Theatres, museums, galleries, libraries, sports arenas, hotels, restaurants and shops are the beating heart of our towns and cities, often existing to preserve our heritage while looking to the future. Not only do these facilities bring prosperity to neighbourhoods, they also bring people together and make life richer and more enjoyable. As the world is changing, so are priorities changing for the way people lead their lives. Creating outstanding facilities to support communities today and into the future has been a key theme for our clients this year.

  • Built on the site of the historic Whitehall Palace, the Old War Office has undergone a significant transformation.
  • The newly built hotel occupies one of London's most prestigious addresses.
  • Duck & Waffle's first restaurant in Scotland is located in Edinburgh's acclaimed St James Quarter.
  • The former home of Tower Records has been transformed into the new flagship store for streetwear brand.
  • Leighton House is the former home and studio of leading Victorian artist Frederic, Lord Leighton.
  • This new office development at the heart of the Grade I Listed building has brought underused and redundant spaces back to life.
  • The new galleries showcase the world's most important collection of Scottish art.
  • The new visitor centre and pathways will help to protect one of Britain's most spectacular gorges.
  • This new leisure destination is the biggest building project in Chester for over 40 years.
  • New fully accessible football stadium situated on Liverpool's world-famous waterfront.
  • The new stand for Lancashire Cricket Club makes Emirates Old Trafford the largest cricket ground outside of London.
  • A new training development for the club's first team and academy players.
  • The world-famous hotel is undergoing its first refurbishment in more than 30 years.