In this weekâ€™s AJ, the “Michael Baker Boathouse”:http://www.www.associated-architects.co.uk/projects/education/independent/the-michael-baker-boathouse/ is the featured project in the Footprint section of the magazine; a sustainability feature led by Hattie Hartman. The five page supplement features photos, site & floor plans and a working detail segment, which looks closely at the prow section detail. Hartman describes the Boathouse as _”Beautiful […]
Associated Architectsâ€™ director James Hall will be presenting at Building Magazineâ€™s BIM Show Live 2013 to be held 30th April and 1st May 2013. With a session entitled â€˜Inception to Operation: Navigating the world of BIMâ€™ James will be sharing a case study of the role BIM played in the development, construction and planned management […]
On 1st March Associated Architects held a ‘donate to eat’ lunch for the staff in aid of Comic Relief 2013. A total of Â£115.00 was collected; which has been matched by the Directors to total Â£230.00. Well done and thank you to all involved
Lancaster Circus used as Case Study in Local Government Estate Management Report
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“1 Lancaster Circus”:http://www.www.associated-architects.co.uk/projects/workplace/1-lancaster-circus/, the Central Administrative Buildings for Birmingham City Council, has been used as a case study for â€˜strategic asset managementâ€™ in a public sector research inquiry to examine how Local government can save money and improve services through better management of their property assets. The report, â€˜Leaner and Greener: Delivering Effective Estate Managementâ€™ […]
The final sections of the concrete roof slab are just being constructed in Phase 1 of the “Charlotte Street Campus”:http://www.www.associated-architects.co.uk/projects/education/universities/charlotte-street-campus/ for University College Birmingham. The new building provides 7,200sq.m of teaching and learning space organised over four floor levels and will be completed in Autumn 2013.
The David Wilson Library has starred in a new film Sunshine and Oranges, which was broadcast on Saturday 12 January on BBC2. It tells the story of Margaret Humphreys, a social worker from Nottingham who in the 1980s discovered that for decades successive British Governments had been secretly transporting poor children to Australia (and other […]
We are to delighted to announce that Associated Architects has been appointed to design the West Bromwich Building Societyâ€™s new headquarter at Providence Place in West Bromwich. The new building will be designed to accommodate up to 700 staff and will be completed for the end of 2014.
We now need a full time Marketing Manager to be involved in all aspects of marketing, most importantly supporting the Directors in generating new commissions through tender response documents and maintaining the associated support documents, and business development initiatives. The Marketing Manager will be creative and proactive with drive to raise the practice profile within […]
Associated Architects are making a donation of Â£500 to Pancreatic Research Fund UK this Christmas instead of sending out corporate gifts / cards. Pancreatic cancer still only has a 3% survival rate, which has remained unchanged for 40 years, whereas the survival rates for other forms of cancer have improved over the same period. Further […]
Associated Architects are very pleased to announce that the Ormiston Sir Stanley Matthew Academy has been completed and handed over to the client ready for occupation in the new year. Well done to all involved. Work will continue in the new year on Phase 2; which incorporates demolition of existing buildings and landscaping. Photographs will […]
As part of their 30th Anniversary Tour, The “London Community Gospel Choir”:http://lcgc.org.uk/ performed at the recently completed Princess Alexandra Auditorium at “Yarm School”:http://www.www.associated-architects.co.uk/projects/masterplan/yarm-school-masterplan/. Their sound engineer; revered as one of the best in his field, rated the auditorium as “one of the best acoustic environments in the country”.
Associated Architects are very pleased to announce that we collected the award for Architects Practice of the Year at the West Midlands Insider Property Awards evening on 22 November. The judges stated that: _Associated Architects is in a different league when compared with most other practices in the Midlands. Some of the projects it had […]
We are very pleased to hear that two of our recently completed projects have been shortlisted for the 2013 Civic Trust Awards: “The Michael Baker Boathouse”:http://www.www.associated-architects.co.uk/projects/education/independent/the-michael-baker-boathouse/ in Worcester and “10 Woodcock Street”:http://www.www.associated-architects.co.uk/projects/workplace/woodcock-street/ in Birmingham. Results will be announced in January 2013 and winners will be revealed at an awards ceremony in Cardiff on 9th March […]
We are delighted to announce that the refurbishment of “Metallurgy & Materials Building”:http://www.www.associated-architects.co.uk/projects/education/universities/met-and-mat-refurbishment/ at the University of Birmingham has won the Heritage Building Infrastructure Award at the Institution of Structural Engineers Midland Counties Awards. The project involved the careful alteration and restoration of Arup Associates Grade II listed building and it was fitting that Arup […]
We are pleased to announce that both Philip Burford – CAD Manager and David Simpson â€“ Design Project Manager have passed Autodesk Certified Professional exams in BIM Revit Architecture 2013. Philip has also passed Autodesk Certified Professional exam in AutoCAD 2013.