At Bond Bryan, we have been working with further education colleges, to respond to the ever-changing needs of the sector, for over 25 years, by creating exciting and flexible learning environments that support the educational vision. We understand that the current changes to the sector are placing unprecedented pressure on colleges to deliver “more for less”, but believe that, more than ever, the estate can, and should, be part of the solution.
We are the national experts in FE space needs – assisting the LSC in the development of the guidance of space needs and calculations which are currently being promoted by the SFA as the benchmark tool for the Area Review Process.
We are highly experienced in utilisation studies and in accurate future space needs forecasting. We understand the benefits that can be brought by improving efficiency and reducing the scale of the estate; however, our experience in delivering real projects ensures that we always develop practical solutions.
One of the government’s National College schemes, the National College for Nuclear in Workington comprises a 2 storey, naturally ventilated, bold and striking contemporary design.
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.
Part of the government’s National College initiative, this sister campus to the Doncaster Campus is a monument to the innovative design of Bond Bryan.
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.
The David Hockney Building at Bradford College represents the flexibility needed for an FE provider to remain in touch and current with the ever-fluctuating methods of pedagogy.
Built upon a tight and busy urban site, Barnsley College’s new Sixth Form Centre provides a wide variety of teaching and learning facilities at the heart of Barnsley’s town centre.
The new Construction Centre forms a key element in Barnsley College’s redevelopment of its Honeywell Lane Campus. Our design placed a single, double height workshop at the centre of the new building.
The new-build Rotherham College HE Centre sits in its own campus, showcased by the mature landscaped setting and connected to the College via visibility offered between the two from the utilisation of the Doncaster Gate frontage.
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.