In the fight against the coronavirus, London's ExCeL exhibition centre has been rapidly repurposed into an emergency COVID-19 facility, NHS Nightingale Hospital, in order to treat and support thousands more patients.
Architect director, Jeremy Farrington, looks at how we can take positives and learn from our colleagues in Asia who have already experienced the same changes and effects that the UK embarks upon during the COVID-19 pandemic, becoming operational and effective whilst complying with Government guidance, safety measures and restrictions.
Business Continuity Strategy in view of the changing environment associated with the spread of COVID-19.
The inaugural RICS Social Impact Awards, has shortlisted six BDP projects.
The Civic Trust Awards, which celebrate the very best in architecture, rewarded refurbishment project Aberdeen Music Hall with a high commendation.
The official opening of the new Queen Margaret Academy in Ayr took place on Thursday 27 February.
Maidenhill Primary School and Nursery in East Renfrewshire has won the Architectural Excellence Award for Public Use at the Scottish Property Awards.
Plans have been approved for the refurbishment of the former Students’ Union building on the Manchester Metropolitan University’s city centre campus, paving the way for a new Institute of Sport.
Acoustics director Richard Grove and lighting director Colin Ball will jointly give the keynote presentation at the launch of the Quiet Mark Acoustic Academy.
The University of Birmingham’s new Teaching and Learning Building (TLB) officially opened on 29 January with a series of talks held throughout the day.
Celebrating and encouraging inclusivity in the built environment, BDP is hosting a thought-provoking event featuring Jude Kelly CBE, alongside mentoring and networking sessions.