The IMET Site in Alconbury Weald was visited by Nick Boles, Minister of State jointly for Business Innovation and Skills and the Department for Education to celebrate the confirmation of the £10.5m Growth Deal funding. Continue reading
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Bond Bryan’s latest project for the University of Sheffield has just received planning permission meaning work on site is expected to start in 2017 with a 2018 completion. Continue reading
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The development proposals seek to provide accommodation for both the current Upper School and Lower School at the Lower School site to facilitate the redevelopment of the Upper School site for residential dwellings. The Academy development includes integrating the ARK Theatre and Sports Centre on the Lower site.
These proposals have been developed for Hertswood Academy by Bond Bryan Architects, in conjunction with the Contractor Willmott Dixon Construction, Mott Macdonald Engineering Consultants and Bond Bryan Landscape Architects. The detailed design to construction will be developed with the Academy’s sponsors the Meller Education Trust and the staff and governors of Hertswood Academy and their advisors. Continue reading
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Bond Bryan Architects have won a prestigious total refurbishment and part new build project to re-organise Psychology at the University of Sheffield.
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The David Hockney Building, Bradford College
So Graphisoft ArchiCAD 19 has finally been announced!!
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Bond Bryan Architects have been shortlisted for the Construction News Awards 2015 in the ‘BIM Initiative of the Year’ category.
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Bond Bryan Architects were recognised as “heroes of interoperability” in the buildingSMART 2014 global awards, Small/Medium-sized Enterprise (SME) Category, which took place in Toronto, Canada this week. Continue reading
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His Royal Highness, Prince Andrew The Duke of York has officially opened the Bond Bryan designed £21m AMRC Training Centre in Rotherham, the pioneering centre that is shaping young people and the future of manufacturing in the UK.
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His Royal Highness Prince Edward, The Earl of Wessex has officially opened Sandwell College’s new ‘Central Sixth’ campus.
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Two locations are to become the home of the new National High Speed Rail College, the government has announced. The elite training and research centre will be based in Doncaster and Birmingham; Bond Bryan Architects contributed to the feasibility study supporting Doncaster’s bid.
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