We understand the key drivers behind commercial development and this understanding governs the way that we think and design. Whatever the context, be it a facility for a known end-user client, or a potential speculative development, we look to deliver intelligent solutions that people will find valuable.
We think that “on time” and “on budget” should come as standard: it’s finding how to give your enterprise a real competitive edge that’s the real goal.
Bond Bryan were appointed to develop the concept design for the Innovation Centre project. The proposal includes the creation of a new four-storey office block, comprising collaboration space, hot desking, meeting and conference space. Between these, is a flexible collaboration space which will provide opportunities for informal group and project work as well as offering a venue for employer events.
Bond Bryan were able to create a sensitive design over four storeys that gives Volkwagen UK three floors of showroom.
Bond Bryan are undertaking the refurbishment of the historic Doncaster Wool Market, enhancing its appeal and turning it into a high-value asset for DMBC.
Bond Bryan’s design draws together Doncaster’s rich veins of cultural heritage through the use of a fluid building-form that uses powerful vertical and storey spaces as a showcase of Doncaster’s culture.
West Midlands Fire & Rescue Authority needed their outdated Coventry fire station to be effectively updated in order to vastly improve the functionality and efficiency of their more operational aspects.
The new-build Fire Training Facilities and Administrative Headquarters Building formed part of a two-phase development for the Cleveland Fire Brigade, reflecting their determination to amalgamate all of the non-operational facilities of the Cleveland Fire Authority into a singular site.
Appointed through a design competition, Bond Bryan designed a new office headquarters for Berkeley Homes East Thames.
The vision for Bawtry Park is to enable the site to become a place of regional and national significance for golf in the 21st century and to facilitate the economic and health benefits which such a facility will promote.
The existing building is to be fully refurbished with the operational accommodation and appliance bays being retained at ground floor level.