WE PUT PASSENGERS' NEEDS AT THE CENTRE OF THE PROJECT, TO CREATE A POSITIVE AND MEMORABLE IMPRESSION OF THEIR JOURNEY. John Wakes, head of transport
Our designers are inspired by a common approach that produces holistic high quality integrated transport solutions that meet the demands of 21st century travel.
Our aspiration is always to create world class buildings and passenger environments at the heart of the community.
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We have been shortlisted for BD’s Architect of the Year awards in the three categories of Education Architect of the Year (nursery to 6th form), Interior Architect of the Year and Infrastructure Architect of the Year.
Planning director Anna Sinnott will present the impact of new transport schemes on designing future urban developments in London and the wider south east region at a conference organised by Waterfront Conference Company.
Transport related projects invariably present the opportunity to develop bold structural solutions and create dramatic new city spaces. Stations are gateway buildings which provide the all-important first impression of a community. Peter Jenkins writes about BDP's ever-increasing portfolio of rail-related projects.
Glasgow studio architect associate Edward Dymock will present on the first day of New Civil Engineer’s UK Rail Conference.
Work is progressing rapidly on site at the Ordsall Chord, a new section of railway which will connect Piccadilly and Victoria stations in Manchester for the first time.
Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin today unveiled a plaque to mark the completion of the transformation of Manchester’s Victoria Station, and the end of a complex three year £48.5m project.
Transport director Peter Jenkins will join a panel of industry experts for a round table discussion on the transport sector and why it is important to the success of the northern powerhouse.