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cepezed designs first self-sufficient bus station in The Netherlands. The new public transport facility generates its own energy and its design is thoroughly integrated.
WSP USA announce a change in the leadership of its U.S. property and buildings practice, effective January 2018. Following a successful tenure leading the U.S. property and buildings business for the past 10 years, David Cooper will be taking on a new global role, as president of global property and buildings.
WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff is a multinational engineering and design firm, with its headquarters in New York City, NY, USA. The engineering company was founded by William Barclay Parsons in 1885.
Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) announce that Blackburn Bus Station building by Captia is shortlisted for prestigious RIBA North West award.
Zechner & Zechner Architects win international TRANSPORTATION SPACE DESIGN AWARD 2016 with the redevelopment of Graz Main Station
Design: Ryder Architecture
Ryder Architecture worked with Stoke on Trent City Council to develop designs for a proposed iconic city centre high speed rail station which have been now been submitted to HS2 and the government.
Airport Link has won the 2013 Consult Australia Award for Excellence in Safety in Design, to round-off the project’s award-winning year.
Parsons Brinckerhoff and Arup Joint Venture (PBA) delivered the design contract for the $5.6bn project, which included a toll-way, dedicated busway route, 12 km of tunnels, 25 connection bridges and a major upgrade of an existing motorway interchange.
Grimshaw’s design was unveiled in June 2010 as the winner of an international design competition run by Stoke-on-Trent City Council. The project forms a significant step in the city’s redevelopment plan.
The idea of building a new bus station in Osijek was created in 2007, when the city of Osijek published an invitation to tender for the construction of a new bus station in Osijek on the principle of public-private partnerships.
Situated closely to the entry of new tolls at Guimarães – South motorway A11, the new centre of operations of Arriva-Portugal, a public transport company with a large deployment in the Minho region.
The competition to find a multi-disciplinary team, including architects, engineers and environmental experts, was launched in the Official Journal of the European Union in December 2009.
Stewart Milne Construction has won the contract to construct its new global headquarters and bus depot at its existing site on King Street, Aberdeen.
PENSON has completed another exciting project, in the form of Wilts & Dorset Poole Bus Station with a gigantic bespoke mural, lighting and general refurbishments.
bblur architecture complete new Bus Station for Slough, won in limited competition: first element of Borough Council’s vision for the wider regeneration of the centre, known as ’The Heart of Slough’
This is a fairly simple building design by a borough council architects department. The roofline is interesting and the building is fairly well articulated but the UK does not have a strong tradition (these days) of high quality council architecture departments.