WW+P has secured a place on the London Mayor’s coveted Architecture and Urbanism framework, in three separate lots – Transport Architecture & Interchange Design; Underground, Rail & Specialist Infrastructure, and Graphic Design, Modelling & Visualisation.
More than 225 architecture and urban design practices took part in the two stage selection process including a design challenge,with only a handful of firms including WW+P securing places on multiple lots.
A place on the framework gives practices access to TfL and City Hall commissions for the next four years. It replaces the earlier ADUP framework and can be used by London boroughs, housing associations, mayoral development corporations and other London bodies.
Work won on the previous ADUP framework includes the upgrading of South Kensington underground station, over station development proposals for Bank and Holborn and capacity studies at Elephant & Castle and Stratford.