Client:  University of Bath   Collaborators:  Active Thinking, Stride Treglown, DKA   Image:  Courtesty of University of Bath

Client: University of Bath

Collaborators: Active Thinking, Stride Treglown, DKA

Image: Courtesty of University of Bath

THE INSTITUTE FOR ADVANCED AUTOMOTIVE PROPULSION SYSTEMS (IAAPS)

The Institute for Advanced Automotive Propulsion Systems (IAAPS) will be a global centre of excellence, delivering transformational research and innovation into advanced propulsion systems. Located at the Bristol and Bath Science Park, IAAPS will lead the development of ultra-low emission vehicles and new businesses to the region, generating economic growth. Read more...

  Client:  European Commission and Cyprus' Department of Antiquities   Collaborators:  All Things Studio

Client: European Commission and Cyprus' Department of Antiquities

Collaborators: All Things Studio

Cyprus Museums Study

3ADAPT are part of a team led by All Things Studio who have been appointed by the European Commission and Cyprus’ Department of Antiquities, to work on the renovation of three museums in south-western Cyprus. Read more...

Other Experience

Below is a selection of building projects undertaken by the 3ADAPT team as employees of BuroHappold Engineering and WSP.

  Client:  University of Exeter   Collaborators:  Work undertaken whilst at BuroHappold in collaboration with Wilkinson Eyre Architects.   Image:  coutresty Tim Pestridge LicenceL CC-BY-SA 3.0

Client: University of Exeter

Collaborators: Work undertaken whilst at BuroHappold in collaboration with Wilkinson Eyre Architects.

Image: coutresty Tim Pestridge LicenceL CC-BY-SA 3.0

THE FORUM, UNIVERSITY OF EXETER

Engaged with University client team to develop the sustainability brief and strategy. Established integrated passive design approach with ground source heat pumps reducing CO2 per KWh of delivered heat by 45%.

The Whitworth

THE WHITWORTH, MANCHESTER, UK

Led the building environmental design team for this historic BREEAM Excellent ‘Museum in the park’ renovation project.

 
  Client:  ss Great Britain Trust   Collaborators:  Work undertaken at WSP in collaboration with Alec French Architects, Arup, Capita   Image:  courtesy of David Noton

Client: ss Great Britain Trust

Collaborators: Work undertaken at WSP in collaboration with Alec French Architects, Arup, Capita

Image: courtesy of David Noton

SS GREAT BRITAIN, BRISTOL, UK

Delivered the sustainability strategy and building environmental design that secured HLF funding for this iconic visitor attraction. This involved the conservation and enhancement of Brunel’s ship and her dry dock. Included use of dock water cooling, computer modelling and design of systems to stabilise corrosion.

Langport Ecohomes

ECOHOMES, GREAT BOW YARD LANGPORT, UK

Developed sustainability strategy, computer modelling and base building environmental design for twelve new houses. Emphasised sustainable materials, energy efficiency and renewable energy to achieve a 75% reduction in CO2 and 50% reduction in water use.

 
  Client:  Queens Park Rangers and Genesis Housing Association   Collaborators:  Work undertaken at BuroHappold in collaboration with CZWG architect.   Image:  © HayesDavidson

Client: Queens Park Rangers and Genesis Housing Association

Collaborators: Work undertaken at BuroHappold in collaboration with CZWG architect.

Image: © HayesDavidson

OAKLANDS, LONDON, UK

Produced the sustainability and energy strategies to deliver local and GLA requirements and realise developer aspirations.

Aspire, Bristol

ASPIRE, BRISTOL

Unlocked a brownfield city centre site using an innovative sustainability and environmental design strategy to deliver a new 'best in class' office building which meets developer and wider City aspirations.

 
Stansted

STANSTED AIRPORT ARRIVALS EXTENSION, UK

Led the sustainable design strategy and undertook detailed building physics analysis. Measures included low energy systems and a 2MW biomass installation to achieve a ‘zero carbon’ extension. 

DOHA COLLEGE, QATAR

…instrumental in helping our team of architects to develop a competition winning design concept that responded to the school’s high sustainability brief, the site’s context and the challenging climate of Qatar. The winning design was selected from stiff international competition because of its strategy for delivering a school for all ages ‘under one roof’. The client, students and our team are proud of what we achieved, and it has been particularly rewarding to discuss the developing designs with students who continue to challenge us on its sustainability credentials.
— JUDE HARRIS, DIRECTOR, J+W