New build development of 141 luxury apartments within the Professional Quarter of Birmingham.
Conversion of an iconic office building to apartments, with waterfront views of the historic canals. Completed in March 2016.
Conversion of the landmark Metropolitan House office building at Five Ways to apartments. Completed in April 2016.
11 new serviced studio apartments and re-modeling of the reception areas within this boutique hotel.
Conversion of a landmark office building to apartments, within walking distance of the historic town centre and cathedral. Completed in April 2016.
New build development of 112 luxury apartments overlooking the Birmingham Canal network, within walking distance of The Cube and The Mailbox.
Mixed use development within the Castlegate Business Bark, comprising a Costa Coffee, KFC Drive-Thru and a Greene King public house. Completed 2016.
New build development of 65 luxury apartments in a sought-after location beside The Cube, overlooking St Thomasâ€™ Peace Garden.
Conversion of a grade II listed terrace building into a ground floor restaurant and upper floor luxury apartment accommodation. Completed 2016
A heritage-led conversion of the Wellington buildings in Liverpoolâ€™s Strand to luxury apartments. Completed 2016
Extension and alteration of a derelict office building into an 83 bedroom, 3-star hotel. Completed 2012.
A new 130 bed hotel in the heart of Lincolnâ€™s historic city centre.
The first of several across the world starting in Scandanavia. A 50m Ferris wheel overlooking Tivoli gardens in Copenhagen. Building Design Group carried out several international Ferris wheel projects.
Extension and alteration of an office building creating 66 apartments for the private rented sector. Completed 2016.
Extension and conversion in a historic seaside town and a key regenerator in the town's economy
Extensions and refurbishments of a canal side pub, making it a very popular destination. New kitchens and toilets were part of the complete overhaul for this bespoke pub company.
This vision was to create a vibrant destination that was a link between areas such as Brindley Place, The Cube, The Mailbox and re-invigorate one of the largest areas of open water in the city centre.