WE PUT PASSENGERS' NEEDS AT THE CENTRE OF THE PROJECT, TO CREATE A POSITIVE AND MEMORABLE IMPRESSION OF THEIR JOURNEY. Peter Jenkins, head of transport
We provide integrated transport solutions to meet the demands of 21st century travel, placing passengers' needs at the centre of the design, to create sustainable world class buildings, infrastructure and places that sit at the heart of the communities they serve.
Our expertise ranges from vast city-scale transport masterplans to individual award winning passenger facilities. Our urban masterplans leverage transport networks to unlock development and seamlessly connect a mixture of transport modes into complex urban environments and sensitive landscape settings. At the most personal scale, we have developed access for all types of facilities which cater for the wide range of passenger needs.
We catalyse urban regeneration by recycling existing transport buildings. Using modern construction techniques, we develop sustainable flexible design which activates city placemaking and combines a mixture of uses, to form integrated and valued pieces of the urban fabric.
Glasgow Queen Street Station has been redeveloped to cater for longer, greener trains and increased passenger footfall. We have removed buildings that previously hid the station from view and have created a more spacious and accessible concourse.
A modernised station with a new entrance and step-free access between the street and all services at the station.
A new cruise terminal that houses all of the key passenger facilities together with retail and restaurant offerings. Traditional Arabic elements combine with modern architecture in the distinctive design of this building.
Concept design for three railway stations in Yangon, Myanmar.
The new Gloucester Transport Hub is the first phase of the Council’s City centre regeneration offering a light and beautiful welcome to the city. Stained glass windows were commissioned to add colour, interest and identity.
BDP has undertaken a sequence of landside, airside and movement area projects for Dublin Airport Authority, including piers, security facilities, lounge areas and commercial masterplans.
This dramatic refurbishment of Manchester’s Victoria railway station has centred around the removal of a series of trainshed roofs which have been replaced with a 15,000 sqm ETFE-clad column free structure.
BDP has prepared the concept design in partnership collaboration with Nippon Koei and Philkoei International for the first station on a metro line currently under construction.
Peter chairs the transport sector and is widely experienced in rail related transportation work.
Jeremy is an architect and principal and heads our Singapore and New Delhi studios.
Bruce is an architect director with experience across a range of sectors including workplace, culture, education, heritage, healthcare and transport
Gavin joined BDP in 2001 and is the head of the acoustic profession across the practice.
Adrian is a principal and leads our London team on retail-led mixed-use schemes.
Matthew is an architect director in the Bristol studio leading the commercial regeneration and residential sector projects in the South West.
Ronan works across a variety of sectors, specialising in the design and delivery of some of BDP’s most complex and large-scale infrastructure projects.
To find out more about our transport team's work and recent projects have a look at their latest brochure.
Southend on Sea City council has announced the opening of an innovative business hub and workplace at Airport Business Park in Southend.
Leicester’s new, multi-million-pound, net zero carbon bus station at St Margaret’s has officially opened to the public.
When designing Glasgow Queen Street Station, BDP’s architects faced the challenge of helping passengers navigate the three meter difference in level between George Square and the station’s concourse.
Manisha Bhartia, urbanism director at our New Delhi studio will be joining Peter Jenkins, architect director and head of transport, and Ashwini Thorat, Noida International Airport's head of design and planning, at Passenger Terminal EXPO taking place on Thursday 16 June.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon visited Glasgow Queen Street station today to join us in marking the official completion of the station’s £120m Scottish Government-funded transformation.
Peter Jenkins describes how a new metro system will alleviate congestion and pollution in the capital of Bangladesh and stimulate economic prosperity.
Glasgow Queen Street, the third busiest station in Scotland, has been redeveloped to support greener travel, increase its capacity and celebrate its city.