WE PUT PASSENGERS' NEEDS AT THE CENTRE OF THE PROJECT, TO CREATE A POSITIVE AND MEMORABLE IMPRESSION OF THEIR JOURNEY. John Wakes, head of transport
Our designers are inspired by a common approach that produces holistic high quality integrated transport solutions that meet the demands of 21st century travel.
Our aspiration is always to create world class buildings and passenger environments at the heart of the community.
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The Ordsall Chord, a 300m stretch of rail track and a series of new bridges and viaducts in Manchester designed by BDP, has now completed.
This year we have five projects shortlisted in the AJ Retrofit Awards. We are delighted to have the most projects shortlisted than any other practice.
Glasgow studio associate Ed Dymock is one of the speakers at an ICE event looking at the Edinburgh Glasgow Improvement Programme (EGIP) and the comprehensive redevelopment of Glasgow Queen Street Station.
A landmark moment for the Ordsall Chord rail project occurred today when the twin network arches were lifted and fixed into position on a new bridge over the River Irwell.
Nippon Koei President Ryuichi Arimoto talks about the collaboration between BDP and Nippon Koei and the joint vision to be the world’s leading integrated architecture, design and engineering firm delivering world class design solutions which enhance the communities they serve.
We have been shortlisted for BD’s Architect of the Year awards in the three categories of Education Architect of the Year (nursery to 6th form), Interior Architect of the Year and Infrastructure Architect of the Year.
Planning director Anna Sinnott will present the impact of new transport schemes on designing future urban developments in London and the wider south east region at a conference organised by Waterfront Conference Company.
As head of our transport sector in the north region and part of the urbanism team, Peter Jenkins leads projects over a wide range of sectors, including rail and bus stations, residential developments, mixed use and public schemes.