We collaborate with our clients to realise their aspirations at the cutting edge of research and technology to foster and inspire world class discovery, creating places that celebrate science as a cultural activity.
BDP’s designs respond to the rapid pace of change in R&D and the demand for open, agile and interactive places for scientific research.
We pioneer cost effective and space efficient solutions in response to demanding and complex briefs which synthesise design and functional excellence with low energy, high sustainability performance in these high technology environments.
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By its very nature science and research experiences constant technological and mission change. We design inspirational, adaptable spaces which can accommodate future needs through imaginative space planning and intelligent services infrastructure design, which enhance collaborative working, facilitate advanced ICT and other Technologies, while respecting the need for low operational costs.
We work closely with academics, scientists, researchers, engineering and FM Ops estates teams; listening, analysing, exchanging ideas and stimulating imaginative solutions.
Differing perspectives need to be considered when developing potential options in response to a complex brief with demanding functional requirements.
We believe that a collaborative work style is an essential ingredient of this process of reconciling quality, functionality, sustainability and aesthetics with our client’s capital and operational cost objectives.
Andrew Loke advocates considered masterplanning for cohesive, sustainable development in South East Asia, to maintain the ecological balance and reinforce the natural heritage of the region.
John Roycroft celebrates the protean engineering properties, structural efficiency, beauty and positive carbon impact of wood as a building material.
BDP has reported its highest turnover to date at £106.8M with a pre-tax profit of £9.5M.
Singapore studio leader Jeremy Farrington talks about how BDP and Nippon Koei are collaborating on large infrastructure projects in South East Asia for greater integration and physical and economic connectivity in the region.
The new School of Engineering at the University of Edinburgh’s King’s Buildings Campus has received full planning permission.
BDP has been appointed with an interdisciplinary design team for the Bio-therapeutics Hub for Innovation in Aberdeen.
BDP has completed the south campus at Xi’an Jiaotong Liverpool University (XJTLU) in Suzhou, China following the opening of the International Business School (IBSS).
The University of Hull’s Allam Medical Building has won the Buildings that Inspire category at the 2018 Guardian University Awards which was held on the 24th April.