It's all systems go on our Mary Ann Street project in the Jewellery Quarter, which started on site last week The project is the retrofit and full refurbishment of Derwent Works, a mid-nineteenth century Jewellery Quarter industrial building. The scheme sets out to convert the existing building and convert the space into 40 large and [...]
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We’re extremely proud to announce that we have secured a place on The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine’s (LSHTM) Framework to act as Project Managers PMP will be one of four companies undertaking project management duities as part of the capital projects programme on the seven-year framework for the university with work [...]
A day of consultation and ideas sharing! PMP are currently acting as cost consultants, working with Buttress Architects, on a feasibility study to identify options for the future of J.W. Evans Silver Factory, a site which lies in the heart of the Jewellery Quarter. On Monday, members of the project team met for a [...]
PMP Consultants appointed as Quantity Surveyor to develop feasibility study for historic J.W. Evans Silver Factory PMP will be working alongside Buttress Architects who have been appointed by English Heritage to develop a feasibility study for the Grade II* listed J.W. Evans Silver Factory in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter. As we're a Jewellery Quarter based company, [...]
The Jewellery Quarter - An unfinished urban village? The event is jointly hosted by Javelin Block and PMP Consultants. The lively debate will explore the future of the Jewellery Quarter covering a series of topics. Now it's your turn and we want your input! Do you have a question you'd like to ask the panel? We have [...]
We're delighted that one of our recent projects, Mary Street, working alongside BPN Architects, has been shortlisted for a Birmingham Civic Society Renaissance Award. The idea behind the Renaissance Award is to highlight projects across the city which have undergone successful conservation. The criteria 'is a building, structure or public space that was once derelict, [...]
Our Mary Street project completed in October so it's safe to say we're a little bit late to game sharing a proper project update, but we couldn't resist sharing a few photos. In fact, we've decided to curate the journey of Mary Street, from a derelict former Victorian factory to a stunning modern home. It's [...]
The brand new Agritech building at Abingdon and Witney College is now complete and it's looking fantastic. We took the opportunity to visit site last week and snap a few photos, and luckily it turned into quite a nice day which is always a positive for photography! Formally known as the Agritech Innovation Centre, the [...]
The Willow Extension at Tudor Grange Academy (TGA) in Solihull is taking shape as half of the steel frame is now up! PMP are employed as Quantity Surveyors on the extension for TGA and the works consist of the construction of a two-storey extension creating 14 new classrooms. A M Griffiths Ltd are doing a [...]
Last week we visited Aston University to photograph a number of schemes that PMP acted as QS on over the summer period for the university. The MB4 scheme was undertaken for Aston University and designed by architects, Robothams. The works entailed the strip out of existing offices spaces to provide three new ‘Harvard-style' lecture theatres as [...]