DAVID HAMER NAMED AS ONE OF THE TOP 20 ARCHITECTURAL INFLUENCERS IN THE NORTHWEST
David Hamer, Architectural Partner at Bradshaw Gass & Hope LLP, has been named as one of the top 20 key people in architecture in the North West by the construction publisher Insider Magazine in their latest August 2013 edition.
In an article published in the influential commercial property magazine the Practice and David Hamer were named alongside some of the region’s most significant architects as one of the 20 key people in the sector. The article is intended to promote the quality in construction design the region has to offer.
Over the last 12 months Bradshaw Gass & Hope LLP has achieved recognition from a number of the regions influential design and construction organisations including the Manchester Society of Architects (MSA), the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce, the Northern Design Awards, the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), the Insider and Wigan Civic Trust for its design capability and promotion of great architecture.
Most recently the Practice has been runner-up in the Insider North West ‘Architect of the Year’ award and won the RICS ‘Community Use’ award for its refurbishment of Trinity Methodists Church in Ellesmere Port.
The Practice has had a successful start to the year with new commissions including; the £2m Rochdale Fire Station; the £7.5m Selby Leisure Centre; two new £2m Fire Stations for West Yorkshire Fire & Rescue Service and a 4 year framework with Cleveland Fire Brigade providing Technical Advisor services to deliver £22m of capital build works.
David Hamer stated “the success of Bradshaw Gass & Hope LLP lies in its collaborative approach to construction design delivery. The Practice has always worked as a multi-disciplined design consultancy, one of the first in the country, offering the full range of consultancy services required to deliver complex buildings under modern procurement methods.”
Bradshaw Gass & Hope LLP have been practicing architecture in Bolton since 1862, however their influence is not limited to this area and they have built some of the countries most significant buildings including Manchester’s Royal Exchange, Town Halls for Luton and Wimbledon and more recently the Bolton Arena national tennis facility. 2012 is their 150th year and provides an opportunity to recognise the success of their past with a new success looking toward the future.