Our strong track record in designing for life sciences, research and technological innovation sectors is made up of a variety of research and development facilities. These include SMART buildings, flexible spaces for research, teaching and learning, analytical and precision engineering space, clean rooms, bio-science, live animal facilities and robotics research labs.
In additional we have supported and worked alongside organisations that have more specialist requirements such as wet and dry labs, materials science laboratories, metal-free labs, quantum computing laboratories and sensitive measurement centres.
Laboratory designs have shifted to include a larger proportion of dry spaces and engagement areas. We pride ourselves in our ability to design and develop these specialist and flexible spaces to the highest standards, always incorporating our clients needs.
Given the rate of changing technology, it is more critical than ever to assess the costs and benefits of flexible designs in order to better anticipate a client’s future needs as much as their current ones. Our highly experienced team of architects and engineers have an in-depth knowledge of the specific requirements for each area which ensures every space is designed with precision and accuracy.
Contemporary, flexible office space with high quality shared facilities for technology and research focussed tenants and representing Burntwood's first SMART building.View Project
The third phase of renovation for this building sees five floors refitted to accommodate a series of teaching, research, clinical and offices spaces for staff in the Psychology and Sport, Exercise Science and Rehabilitation SciencesView Project
The conversion of a former bookshop into a base for the Zepler Institute, a research group from multiple scientific backgroundsView Project
The Global Health Building will bring together the Centre for Tropical Medicine and Global Health (CTMGH) and the Nuffield Department of Population Health (NDPH)View Project
The third project for AA at the site of the former Springfield Brewery, the £8.5 million NBI provides research and innovation in all aspects of brownfield developmentView Project