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Queen’s Award win for exporting world-class city shaping design
WW+P is pleased to announce the opening of a new Studio in Manchester’s St Peter’s Square. The new studio in central Manchester marks the next step in our journey in the region which started over 15 years ago.
WW+P has secured a place on the Network Rail Design Services Framework (DSF), in collaboration with multi-disciplinary consultant Pell Frischmann. The billion-pound framework runs for the next 10 years.
WW+P and Allies and Morrison are teaming up to deliver a strategic masterplan for Victoria, which supports job creation, housing delivery and a world class transformation of Victoria Station hub and its surroundings.
Planning permission and Listed Building Consent has been granted for our scheme at Fenchurch Street station, which will transform the Grade II listed building and its environs into a new destination for the City of London.
WW+P has designed and completed 66 new homes on Camberwell Green for Peabody, 110 years after the housing provider commissioned an architectural design competition to build the historic Camberwell Green Estate.
The Metro Tunnel Project in Melbourne has achieved a major milestone, with the project’s first tunnel breakthrough. Three massive machines called roadheaders – each weighing more than 100 tonnes – have met 300 metres underground after months of around the clock excavation.
WW+P has marked a decade of collaborative working at Paddington Station with the production of a new film about the flagship Paddington Integrated Project (PIP).
PIP brought together four separate projects: a new taxi facility as critical path enabling works for Paddington Crossrail; a higher capacity London Underground station to serve the reconfigured Circle Line; a new entrance from the north to all parts of the station serving demand from Paddington Basin, and the design and future-proofing of an over-site development.
WW+P has just received a Queen’s Award for Enterprise (International Trade) in recognition of our outstanding international growth; successfully exporting our experience designing some of the UK’s most significant city-shaping projects to Australia, North America and the Far East.
The prototype for 29 freestanding totem signs has been unveiled outside Shudehill Interchange in Manchester city centre. The project is led and managed by WW+P and designed in collaboration with Spaceagency.
Designs by WW+P and William Matthews Associates for a replacement London Underground substation and vent shaft at Euston, have been revealed by HS2. The cube is the first major structure to be built as part of the transformation of the station ahead of the arrival of high speed services in 2026.
WW+P with WSP Engineers has been retained to design two of the five new metro stations on the Yonge Subway Extension (YSE) in Toronto and York Region. This is the practice’s first rail project in the city and follows hot on the heels of its first aviation project at Toronto Pearson announced in March.
WW+P has been appointed by Southwark Council to design five sites that could deliver up to 140 new homes as well as a new Community Centre. The sites vary in scale, with the largest including mature landscape and trees and offering great potential for place-making.