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Creating civilised cities
We are architects and urban designers, specialising in infrastructure, regeneration and place making, working collaboratively for the enjoyment of everyone.
Major Milestone achieved at Paddington Elizabeth line station
Paddington Elizabeth line station reached another milestone this week with its official transfer over to Transport for London (TfL). TfL will operate the Elizabeth line, and Paddington is the fifth station to be transferred over following Woolwich in June. Read more
TBM tunnelling is now complete on the Metro Tunnel Project in Melbourne
All four of the Project’s tunnel boring machines – Joan, Meg, Millie and Alice – have arrived at their final destination at the new Town Hall Station site, completing the twin 9km tunnels between the five new underground stations and two tunnel entrances, from Kensington to South Yarra. Read more
Barking Riverside Station reaches major construction milestone
Work on Weston Williamson + Partner’s Barking Riverside Station reached a major milestone this month with the installation of the station box glazed façade, comprising of impressive 6.6m high glass panels that provide panoramic views across the Thames and future developments. Read more
New vision released for Temple Quarter & St Philip's Marsh by Mott MacDonald led partnership
The Bristol Temple Quarter and St Philip’s Marsh regeneration programme ambitions have been revealed in a new vision with sustainable homes, jobs, and a refurbished Bristol Temple Meads station at its heart. Read more
Trans-Britain Railway: creating a northern backbone to support economic growth across Britain
Trans-Britain Railway demonstrates how an integrated approach to infrastructure planning and urban development can deliver best value and help to provide a sustainable future for Britain. Read more
Council’s design team announced for major new council home scheme on Old Kent Road
Southwark Council has appointed the team of architects who will design plans to transform the Currys PC World site on Old Kent Road into hundreds of news homes, as part of one of London’s largest regeneration schemes. Read more