Nigel’s experience includes a particular focus in interior planning, strategy and design for the life sciences and higher education sectors.
He has extensive experience in brief development and client consultation at all levels. As a senior interior designer he has worked on major, international projects in sectors including life sciences and higher education and is an industry expert in the delivery of specialist areas, decanting and move management.
A central hub of labs forms the focal point for the centre, to encourage collaborative working across the organisation and with partners within the Cambridge Life Sciences cluster through an open design and campus environment.
The building rises out of the park on approach with an undulating profile, making it instantly recognisable and a striking and iconic gateway to Liverpool.
The World Conservation and Exhibition Centre (WCEC) is a 20,000m² extension to the British Museum with laboratories and studios for the conservation, preservation and research of the collection with purpose designed stores and delivery facilities.
BDP was awarded a full interdisciplinary contract for client advisory services to help ensure the safe and secure future of the Grade I listed Palace of Westminster.