We are leaders in the higher education sector, consistently creating inspiring learning environments. Gavin Elliott, head of education
Designing for higher education continues to form a significant proportion of our work. Education is increasingly recognised as a primary catalyst for social and economic development and this is reflected in our growing portfolio of projects.
We create student centred learning environments that promote interaction and address a range of needs from general teaching hubs through to specialist faculty buildings.
Our commitment to a user centred design ethos, our very strong sense of place and the adoption of innovative design technologies, such as design for manufacture assembly and low carbon timber structures, has continued to see our workload flourish.
BDP has reported its highest turnover to date at £106.8M with a pre-tax profit of £9.5M.
Alliance Manchester Business School at the University of Manchester has been named Building of the Year by the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce.
The Architect’s Journal has revealed that three of our recently completed projects have been shortlisted for AJ Architecture Awards.
Daniel Walder advocates designing schools for a more blended approach to the social and academic aspects, with spaces that encourage and enhance social interaction as part of the school experience.
The University of Central Lancashire’s (UCLan) new Engineering Innovation Centre (EIC) has been named Building Services Project of the Year.
Sue Emms explains how our university masterplans are the first step in collaborating as universities grow partnerships to further their role as engines of social, economic and cultural development.
The new School of Engineering at the University of Edinburgh’s King’s Buildings Campus has received full planning permission.
BDP has been appointed with an interdisciplinary design team for the Bio-therapeutics Hub for Innovation in Aberdeen.