Further Education Project

Building area 4,290m2

Contract period 2013 – 2015

Project value £7m

 

After the stellar success of the David Hockney Building, the brief for this project was to create a building which complemented the David Hockney Building both in terms of vision and educational aspiration. Positioned adjacent to the David Hockney Building, Bond Bryan’s Advanced Technologies Centre creates a rich design dialogue between the two buildings, purposefully resonating in materiality and form with its ‘bigger brother’.

 

Delivered within budget and on time, the eco-friendly BREEAM ‘Excellent’ campus provides young people and adults the access to state-of-the-art technology to develop specialist skillsets needed to meet the requirements of employers regionally, nationally and internationally within the Science, Technology, Engineering Arts and Mathematics sectors.

Other projects

National College for High Speed Rail, Doncaster

Bond Bryan delivered this BREEAM ‘Excellent’ scheme for Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council. The scheme’s design pays homage to Doncaster’s culturally significant contributions to the rail industry and railway heritage.

iMET (Innovation Manufacturing Engineering Technology)

Developed as a case study for the use of BIM Level 2, the project has, itself, been used as a training opportunity in BIM project processes.

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