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Napp Pharmaceuticals, Production & Warehouse expansion, Cambridge

2010-2012: Stage D architectural lead and Stage E & F1  Project manager for the extension to Napp’s landmark facility on the Cambridge Science Park. The design solution is a tight integration of architecture, structural and mechanical engineering design to meet Napp’s critical compliance requirements and in response to its strategic location on the science park. 

Health Protection Agency, BIG, Porton Down

2009-2010. Concept design architect. New £60m, Biological Investigation Group building for the ChrySalis Programme site redevelopment.  Responsible for site planning and liaison with Masterplanners, building form, structure, envelope and primary services coordination, delivering an innovative design which exploits exposed position and off-site manufacture. (Lend Lease)

New Technology Centre and Masterplanning, BP Pangbourne

2006. Lead designer for competition proposal development of a masterplan and building design to transform BP’s site at Pangbourne from a group of buildings into a science and technology campus with new facilities including a customer focus centre and naturally ventilated laboratories and offices. (Lend Lease)

GSK B9, Ware

2004-2007. Design leader from inception to construction.  New £38m, 12,000m2 flexible R&D facility. Employs significant prefabrication in envelope and services to reduce construction time, minimise waste and provide highly flexible R&D environment to meet changing needs of the client. (Lend Lease)

Confidential client. UK

2007. Design leader for feasibility proposals. New £8m, training centre including and. Proposals include flexible seminar accommodation for up to 150 people, training centre, Cat 3 training lab, offices and breakout facilities, in an innovative design which exploits elevated position and landmark opportunity to drive a low energy and highly sustainable design. (Lend Lease)

GSK Project Phoenix, Ware, Welwyn, Harlow and Stevenage

2002-2004. Design leader for multiple stages. Refurbishment proposals for state of the offices and laboratories in existing building and new build, incorporating innovative flexible services distribution and modular space planning. Subsequently developed into precedent for Worldwide R&D facility roll out. (Lend Lease)

BP, Sunbury-on-Thames, West London BP Technology Building

1998-2000. Lead architect and multi-disciplinary team leader for Stages B-C.  £6.5m, 2,000m² – the technology laboratory forms part of the Sunbury site redevelopment and was won in limited competition. Innovative design included claiming the heart of the building for scientists and moving the services to the edges. (DLP)

National Nuclear Centre, Sellafield, West Cumbria 

1995-1997 Lead consultant architect for Stages B-E. £250m, 16,000m² – Nuclear R&D Laboratory. Relocation from 1950’s nuclear labs to new building which included nuclear active and non-active accommodation. Innovation included treating the active and non-active labs as transparent and as similar as possible within nuclear constraints and creating an internal forum which acted as the main forum and wayfinding route within the building. (DLP)

National Oceanorgraphy Centre, Empress Dock, Southampton for the Natural Environment Research Council & The University of Southampton

1990-1995. Project architect for Stages C-K. £49m, 30,000m² Science Research Centre, located in the docks. Comprising research labs, research aquarium, workshops, offices, teaching labs, a lecture theatre, restaurant, special collection storage facilities, underwater acoustic research tanks, National Oceanographic library and ship support facilities. (Culpin Partnership)

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