[FIRST LOOK + PROJECT DATA] Bond Bryan Architects has landed the £25 million project to design Sheffield Hallam University’s new Faculty of Development & Society
The locally based practice beat 109 practices, through a two stage OJEU process, to win the commission for the 9,500m² building in the south Yorkshire city’s Cultural Industries Quarter.
Describing the victorious scheme, which features semi-transparent walls , Bond Bryan associate Matt Hutton said: ‘The need for the building to become a landmark within the city led us to developing a vibrant design concept that will radiate across the cityscape. Using translucent wall elements means that the building will shine and be seen across the city’s night skyline.
‘English Heritage is very interested in how we deal with a site sitting within the quarter and adjacent the Grade II* listed Butcher Works building.’
The development is due to complete in 2012.
Architects: Bond Bryan
Type Of Project: University building for Faculty of Development and Society (Architecture and Education Depts)
Structural Engineers: Sinclair Knight Merz
Project Architect: Matt Hutton
Project Manager : Turner & Townsend
Cost Consultant : Turner & Townsend
Client: Sheffield Hallam University
Planning submission : March 2010
Tender date: August 2010
Start on site date: February 2011
Contract duration: 18 months
Gross internal floor area: 9,500m²
Form of contract and/or procurement: likely to be design and build (not confirmed yet)
Total cost: £25 million
M&E consultant: Couch Perry Wilkes
Quantity surveyor: T&T
Planning supervisor: Bond Bryan
Lighting consultant: none as yet
Main contractor: not appointed
Selected subcontractors and suppliers: not appointed
Annual co2 emissions: not known
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