PMP Consultants appointed as members of the professional team for Symphony Hall’s proposed £12-million foyer redevelopment

We are excited to announce that PMP Consultants have been appointed as quantity surveyor for Symphony Hall’s proposed £12-million foyer redevelopment. We are absolutely delighted to be part of the professional team on this incredible project, which will support a new vision for Symphony Hall, creating a brand new dedicated entrance foyer space.

Widely regarded as one of the finest concert halls in the world, this is an exciting project for the city, and one that will transform the way Symphony Hall is able to engage with its visitors and develop its relationship with the newly regenerated Centenary Square.

As a local company situated in the heart of the Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter, PMP are especially proud to be part of this project. This is such an exciting time for Birmingham, and we look forward to creating a space that will change the way Symphony Hall is able to deliver its overall objectives and purpose.

The project team consists of Page/Park Architects, Arup, Max Fordham, and Churchman Landscape Architects.

Martin Rowe, Senior Director, at PMP Consultants said:

“We are thrilled to be included on such a prestigious project for Birmingham, that will be recognised both nationally and internationally”

Nick Loveland, Chief Operating Officer for THSH said:

“PMP Consultants excelled in our competition to source a quantity surveying firm for the project. The quality of their submission and understanding of us as a client was first class, and we look forward to delivering the project with them”