Demolition and strip-out of have commenced of the Grade II listed Leicester College Hall, originally designed by Sir Leslie Martin and Trevor Dannatt around 1957 and completed by 1960. The University of Leicester require the conversion of this existing halls of residence into a Management Training Centre, with accommodation. There will be three accommodation blocks […]
We are delighted to have been working with “Birmingham Royal Ballet”:http://www.brb.org.uk/homepage.html to prepare a Feasibility Study to support their application to Arts Council England for capital works funding. A scheme of work is proposed that will improve accessibility within the building, provide dedicated changing facilities for the wider community, refurbished dance rehearsal studios including the […]
Planners happy with proposals for the City Centre Campus, Phase 2
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Birmingham City Council have given the green light for “Phase 2”:http://www.www.associated-architects.co.uk/projects/education/universities/city-centre-campus-phase-ii/ of Birmingham City Universiy’s City Centre Campus. Well done to all involved.
We are pleased to announce that Phase 1 of the “Post & Mail”:http://www.www.associated-architects.co.uk/projects/workplace/post-and-mail/ project; on the site of the remaining portion of John H Madin and Partnersâ€™ Post and Mail complex has now started on site.
We are very pleased to announce that from our three shortlisted projects, the “Metallurgy & Materials Building Refurbishment”:http://www.www.associated-architects.co.uk/projects/education/universities/met-and-mat-refurbishment/ project at the University of Birmingham won an AJ Retrofit Award in the ‘Listed Building/Structures: Post War’ category last night. Well done to all involved.
Our 9th Project for King’s School Worcester gains Planning Permission
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The next generation of Olympic athletes may soon be training in a new Worcester building. Associated Architects has won planning permission for a new sports and performing arts centre on a historic site in Worcester. It provides sports and fitness facilities for The Kingâ€™s School Worcester and for community use, as well as parking and […]
Planning permission has been received for a new reception and external remodelling to Centre City on Hill Street, Birmingham on behalf of Bruntwood. The concrete office building was designed by renowned modernist architect Richard Seifert and consists of a 6 storey podium base with a further 15 floor tower above. When construction was completed in […]
We are very please to find out today that the “Community Hub”:http://www.www.associated-architects.co.uk/projects/community/telford-and-wrekin-community-hub/ for Telford & Wrekin Council has been granted full planning permission today.
Birmingham City Universityâ€™s City Centre Campus Phase 1 building topped out on the 26th July. In celebration the University has put together a promotional video featuring Associated Architects. The video highlights how this unique facility supporting 3 faculties was conceived and designed. Future students have a lot to look forward to!
James Hall has been promoted to the position of Director. This move recognises Jamesâ€™s exceptional contribution to the Management Team. James has an active role within Birmingham Future on the City Centre Committee and is the Regional Chair of BCO NextGen. James is currently leading the project team delivering the “Birmingham Institute of Art & […]
Birmingham based knitting graffiti artist group “Stitches and Hos”:http://stitchesandhos.wordpress.com/ has finished the Olympic themed project on the Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery entrance portico. Around 890 balls of wool have been used by approximately 1000 knitters to create the sleeves for the columns. The colours chosen are those of the Olympic rings and are also […]
We have been appointed to design a new centre for Birmingham Dogs’ Home, a local charity which rescues and cares for stray dogs from across the West Midlands and South Staffordshire. This exciting project will enable them to further develop their vital work of re-uniting lost pets with their owners and finding new homes for […]
K2TOG Knit 2 Together Art Project Installation Begins
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Birmingham based knitting graffiti artist group “Stitches and Hos”:http://stitchesandhos.wordpress.com/ has begun to install their Olympic themed project on the Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery entrance portico. Around 890 balls of wool have been used by approximately 1000 knitters to create the sleeves for the columns. The colours chosen are those of the Olympic rings and […]
As early Building Information Modelling (BIM) adopters Associated Architects is using the technology to deliver cutting edge facilities for Birmingham City University well ahead of the Government mandate requiring BIM to be used on public projects from 2015. The Â£45m project to create the new Birmingham Institute of Art & Design in the Eastside area […]
We were very pleased to discover today that three of our completed projects for the University of Birmingham have been shortlisted for the AJ Retrofit Awards 2012. “Muirhead Tower”:http://www.www.associated-architects.co.uk/projects/education/universities/muirhead-tower/ “Gisbert Kapp”:http://www.www.associated-architects.co.uk/projects/education/universities/gisbert-kapp/ “Met & Mat”:http://www.www.associated-architects.co.uk/projects/education/universities/met-and-mat-refurbishment/ Winners are announced at an award sceremony on the 12th September 2012.