Ged is a principal and leads the architect profession group in Manchester. He is also a former President of Manchester Architects.
Ged’s work is primarily focused upon Healthcare. He has extensive knowledge and experience of leading the design and delivery of major and complex projects in that sector in both the UK and abroad from initial concept stage through to completion.
He is the project director for the new Alder Hey Children’s Health Park and the Clatterbridge Cancer Centre in Liverpool, and he has also led the design and delivery of a number of projects in the education sector within his portfolio.
He has a sensitive design approach and enjoys creating innovative solutions to the complex problems that healthcare architecture can sometimes bring.
Ged is on the Places Matter North West Design Review panel and in 2015 he was appointed as a Built Environment Expert (BEE) by Design Council Cabe.
Increasingly sustainable in all aspects of its conception, design and delivery by absolute necessity. This will apply to all sectors and building types if our planet is to continue to exist in the way that we recognise it today.
Architect principal Ged Couser is one of a panel of industry leaders for a Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) webinar on how we have adapted to become more resilient and able to deliver during some of the most challenging of times.
BDP and Integrated Health Projects (IHP) are proud to have been instrumental in the creation of the Manchester Nightingale Hospital at the Manchester Central Convention Complex that opened officially Friday 17 April.
Manchester studio has designed the conversion of the Grade II* listed G-MEX conference centre into the NHS Nightingale Hospital North West.
Watch Manchester principal Ged Couser present Alder Hey Children's Hospital, at the Healthy Cities forum.
Manchester principal Ged Couser joins the Healthy Cities panel to discuss the award-winning Alder Hey Children’s Hospital.
Architect directors Dominic Hook and Ged Couser discuss their approach to designing for sick children.