Bond Bryan at MIPIM 2020

10th-13th March 2020

The Bond Bryan Team: Geoff Halliwell, Matthew Hutton, Zubin Masters, Tomasz Romaniewicz and Sian Tunstill will be out at MIPIM on 10th – 13th March 2020 at Palais des Festivals, Cannes – supporting The London Stand at MIPIM, Midlands Engine, Sheffield Property Association and Team Lincolnshire. Please get in touch to arrange an informal meeting. We look forward to seeing you there.

You can also get in touch to arrange a meeting using the form below.

The Bond Bryan team are attending MIPIM 2018

Bond Bryan are proud to be flying the flag and supporting The London Stand and The Sheffield City Region at MIPIM 2018; MIPIM, the world’s leading property market, brings together the most influential players from all International property sectors, offering unrivalled access to the greatest number of development projects and sources of capital worldwide.

London Director, Geoff Halliwell and Sheffield Director, Matt Hutton will be at the Palais des festivals from the 12 – 16 March, to arrange an informal meeting please get in touch:

Geoff Halliwell
Matt Hutton

We look forward to seeing you there!

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BBA Pub Quiz raises over £2,000 for Sheffield Hospitals Charity

Last week, Bond Bryan hosted our sixth Annual Charity Pub Quiz at Kettle Black, Sheffield.

With fantastic support and a record turn-out for the 6th year in a row, we managed to raise over £2000 for the Sheffield Hospitals Charity – an absolutely fantastic achievement!

Congratulations to the winning team – Eastwood Partners – and a big thank you to everyone who attended; please give yourselves a pat on the back!

A special thanks to the following: Anderson Green, AAD, Axis Architects, Ryder Levitt Bucknall, Castle Owen, Edge, Burmatex, Ares Landscape, Foris, Turner and Townsend, Pulse Associates, Eastwood and Partners, DLP, Wilmott Dixon, Mott Macdonald, Balfour Beatty and some new faces from all over Sheffield (and beyond) covering almost every facet of the construction industry.

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Bond Bryan at Kent Construction Expo 2017

Our Kent Studio will be exhibiting at the Kent Construction Expo on 5th October 2017.

Come and meet our team at Stand 60 between 08:30-16:30.

Maidstone Exhibition Centre
Kent Event Centre
Detling, nr Maidstone
Kent ME14 3JF

If you would like to book an appointment to see one of our team, please email, or simply pop along.

We look forward to seeing you there.

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HEDQF Annual Conference – Breaking the Mould: Universities Supporting Industry, Enterprise and Innovation

As members of the HEDQF, Bond Bryan are delighted to be attending this year’s annual conference – Breaking the Mould: Universities Supporting Industry, Enterprise and Innovation.

The Third Annual Conference will be held at the University of Sheffield on 5th July 2017.

UK Universities are again at a time of great change. The Higher Education and Research Bill currently going through Parliament aims to improve the student experience, ensure that students receive value for money, allow more competition to universities and enhance the UK’s economy through increased productivity, research and innovation. Even before BREXIT, initiatives such as the Government’s 2014 Local Enterprise Partnerships and Enterprise Zones were encouraging universities, manufacturing, innovation and enterprise to work together. Post BREXIT, this will be even more important.

HEDQF’s 2017 Annual Conference will look at designing for the future of universities in this new role. Many universities have already been leading the way.

Based in the “Diamond”, The University of Sheffield’s new £81 million undergraduate engineering building, the Conference will look at examples from the UK and abroad, including the University of Sheffield’s world-leading Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre, in partnership with 90 companies from Boeing, Rolls Royce, BAE systems and Aerospace to small local companies. Other examples will include the El Hassan Science City and The Princess Sumaya University for Technology, the new campus for Northampton University which is reshaping how teaching is provided to students, without lecture theatres, and, looking at non-traditional models, the Dyson Institute of Engineering and Technology, a new private university in Malmesbury, Wiltshire.

The conference will close with a drinks reception, sponsored by Bond Bryan, at one of our most recent projects at Sheffield Hallam University, Charles Street.

Book your place at the conference here

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We're getting ready for MIPIM 2017

MIPIM, The World’s leading property market, brings together the most influential players from all International property sectors.

Bond Bryan will be attending from the 14 – 17 March at the Sheffield City Region Stand in the Palais des Festivals as well as the London Stand. To arrange a meeting with our team, please email our MIPIM delegates, details below:

Darren Southgate
John Lee
Geoff Halliwell

Above Image (left to right): Darren Southgate, Geoff Halliwell and John Lee.

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AoC Capital and Estates Conference and Exhibition 2017

Bond Bryan are delighted to be sponsoring this year’s AoC Capital and Estates Conference and Exhibition 2017.’

Managing Director, Jonathan Herbert, will be talking ‘Estates Opportunities in a Post-Area Review World’.

The Area Review process aims to target efficiencies whilst maintaining, or even improving, provision. Whatever the motivations of those who devised the process, it is clear that, post-Area Review, each college must look to generate savings, and, in particular, target ‘overheads’ – thereby protecting the quality of front-line teaching and the overall student experience.

In this scenario, the Estate is often labelled as an ‘overhead’- a cost to be reduced. Yet, after the quality of teaching provision, the quality of the physical environment is the second most influential factor affecting the student experience. We are able to identify potential quality-driven and efficient solutions that would support the delivery of training in the 21st Century – whilst reducing the Estate’s costs in a sustainable way.

Come and see us – Wednesday 25th January – stand 18.

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Bond Bryan's Zubin Masters will be speaking at the Education Estates Conference 2016

Bond Bryan Associate Director, Zubin Masters, will be speaking at this year’s Education Estates Conference on 18–19th October 2016.

The presentation – “Transforming an Estate into a Learning Landscape for the Future” – looks at one of Bond Bryan’s recent projects: The University of West London.

The formation of the Future Campus Masterplan for the University of West London, was driven by the University’s brief to exceed the high expectations of the “millennial student”. The educational priority was to create world-class university buildings that were open and approachable to the community, to attract students through student-led learning environments, to provide better quality social space and to foster a strong sense of community for staff and students alike.
The initial problem seemed impossible at first glance: the 30,000m2 existing estate was constructed over the last 80 years and was in varying states of disrepair, with priorities for investment at the very centre of the occupied campus. The key element of the project involved demolishing a central building and replacing it with a new vibrant ‘Heartspace’, comprising of a Library, flexible Performance Centre and new student facilities. The daylit atrium, at the heart of the campus, offers a permeable accessible space that is populated and “owned” by students whilst knitting the rest of the estate together. All of the buildings on campus have now been refurbished, internally and externally, to create a high-quality environment befitting a modern centre for learning.

Director of Property Services, Chris Fenner of the University of West London, will also be joining the discussion at 12:40–13:00pm on Day 2 of the conference on the on 19th October. (C&U 2016 D2)

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Bond Bryan Digital will be at Digital Construction Week

Bond Bryan Associate Director, Rob Jackson, will be speaking at this year’s Digital Construction Conference on 26–27th October 2016.

The presentation – “LEGO BIM – A Digital Journey And The Story So Far” – looks at how Bond Bryan’s journey has evolved to-date and how a reputation has been established – based around detailed research, testing and collaboration. Core to this approach is the use of open formats for the creation and sharing of architectural models but also how these open formats are used to help clients to define and manage their information requirements through our digital brand.
Rob will look at why the ‘LEGO Architecture meets BIM’ blog series was created as a simple vehicle to explain some of the core concepts and outputs of BIM to lay people. The “LEGO Architecture” series is, of course, fundamentally underpinned by open processes and software tools that can take advantage of open industry formats such as IFC (Industry Foundation Classes), BCF (CIM Collaboration Format) and COBie (Construction Operations-Building information exchange).
The session will look, briefly, at a few of the uses of the LEGO model as an introduction to our stand at Digital Construction Week (DCW)
Rob will also be part of the following panel discussions: “Open BIM, Data & Standards” (26th October 10:00-10:30 in the BIM Village) and “Small Business:BIG Innovation” (26th October 14:00-14:45 on the Main Stage).

You will find us on stand V6 – come and say hello.

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Rob Jackson, Associate Director and BIM guru of Bond Bryan Architects, will be speaking at the RIBA Smart Practice Conference: Future Forward. Rob’s session,’Steering Technology’, will describe how becoming one of the UK’s leading BIM advocates can give your practice a global reputation.

‘RIBA Smart Practice: Future Forward’ takes place on 22nd September 2016 at the Nottingham Conference Centre. More details here

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