Andrew is a principal and head of Sheffield studio. He is also head of the healthcare sector.
Andrew considers his key role is to understand clients’ aspirations, understand the nature of place and design from first principles. He also nurtures design teams to develop their skills and professionalism to their full potential.
Andrew led the design team that won the Birmingham New Hospitals Project in 2004 which contributed to the portfolio of projects that earned BDP the Building Design – Healthcare Building, Architect of Year Award in 2005.
Andrew was also instrumental in initiating BDP’s return to the healthcare sector and designing and delivering the most prestigious new hospital built under the 1998 NHS plan construction programme.
The widespread acceptance that there are no rules any more. A situation both exhilarating and sobering in equal measure, in terms of the responsibility it places on the practice and individual design teams.
Hospital sets new teaching and healing standards. We developed an ‘ideal hospital’ concept through intensive consultation with patients, visitors, staff and the trust’s clinical review groups.
A new 993 bed acute PFI hospital. A 993 bed acute hospital with a unique podium organisation of diagnostic and treatment facilities for optimum functional adjacency which includes an 18-place renal dialysis unit.
An office development which sets the standard for design excellence in the city.
Community consultation drives urban regeneration. We designed a mixed-use retail-led scheme featuring a major public open space, 49,237 sq m (530,000 sq ft) of retail space, 80 shops, 17 cafés and restaurants, 1000 car parking spaces and 117 apartments.
Design of shopping centre near Leeds, comprising major stores, food court, car parking and extensive landscaping.
The 2022 European Healthcare Design conference is a global convening of design and healthcare professionals in London. This year, the event is focused on, "Recovery, Renewal & Rediscovery: Planning a climate-smart healthcare system".