NEW PROJECT CONTINUES GWP EXPANSION

GWP Project Services are pleased to have recently expanded their ever growing network of design partners to include Feilden Clegg Bradley, with designs underway on the Lancaster University Management School redevelopment. The part new build, part refurbishment of the existing management school with the Bailrigg Campus aims to create a world class teaching, research and business facing facility and is targeting a BREEAM ‘Outstanding’ rating.

Collaboration with some of the UK’s most successful architects and designers is an extremely rewarding side to the sustainability and BREEAM consultancy GWP Project Services provide to numerous high profile and award winning schemes. Our relationships with practices considered the elite of British architecture include Eric Parry Architects, Pollard Thomas Edwards, AHR, Heatherwick Studio, BDP, Glenn Howells Associates, John Mc Aslan & Partners and Cullinan Studio – a list that continues to grow.

The status of GWP’s design partners is a welcome attraction for company director Barry Rankin – “we continue to be excited by the challenge of working alongside some of the country’s top designers on our projects where sustainability and BREEAM compliance sit central to many of the core values of modern building projects and client expectations.”

“Our ability to assist our partners in developing their concepts toward efficient, economic and low carbon designs has been built upon an experienced knowledge base and detailed understanding of the design issues faced in balancing sustainability with the pressures of modern construction”

GWP Project Services don’t just focus on prestige though with a number of smaller projects, including community led projects in Bradford and Manchester considered equally rewarding. Based in Leeds but with operations in Manchester, London and Prague, collaboration with some of the regions up and coming architects such as Fuse Studios and Amsterdam based Studioninedots point towards more stimulating contributions to the built environment in 2017 and beyond.