PCPT have been appointed to carry out the refurbishment of one of the largest Westminster houses at over 700sqM across five floors.
Half way along Albion Street is the remarkable Bishton and Fletcher building which typifies the enormous pride the Edwardian business people took in designing their work places in the crowded Jewellery Quarter.
PCPT continues its proud links to this historic street.
We have met some very interesting people at our Grade II* listed building Tudor Grange in Solihull.
PCPT have been appointed to carry out works to this grand piece of historic architecture.
PCPT have submitted for planning permission a £35M residential development alongside the Grade II* Tudor Grange in Solihull.
Refurbishment work at Ingestre Orangery site has now been completed.
PCPT have been appointed Culture and Heritage consultants working for our colleagues at Systra on the High Speed 2 rail skirting Birmingham.
We’re delighted to have moved our practice offices to 86 Spencer Street, the ‘nose’ of the Jewellery Quarter development we designed.
Before the night of Thursday the 5th, Network Rail bridge 246 DCL may have seemed unassuming and other than shrapnel scars it is very much as Brunel left it in the 1850’s…