Bobby and Tom took part in an industry taster day at Netherhall School in Cambridge last week.
We are pleased to announce that Tom Johnson and Bobby Browne have passed their exam and are now fully Chartered Landscape Architects.
We are thrilled to release our first drone video. Read more
Our new landscape design for St Mary’s Senior School enhances the setting of heritage buildings and provides safer access for pedestrians and cars. Read more
WWA Managing Director, Gill Wynne-Williams, gave a talk at the Alliance of Construction Networks (ACN) annual conference in London last November. Along with Daniel Knott, an Associate at BuroHappold Engineering, Gill was asked to address the question “How do we design for passive & active external environments?”. The pair presented a range of project case studies illustrating different approaches to designing external spaces. This was followed by a joint Q&A session which allowed audience members to explore the theme further with specific reference to their own field. Read more
One of our recent education landscape projects successfully completed in time for the start of the academic year. Littleport ‘co-located’ Schools, consisting of early years, SEN, and Secondary with sixth form, opened in September. With a total budget of £39.5 million the project also included an integrated community sports centre. Read more
The recently completed wildlife garden at Dulwich Hamlet Junior School has been very well received by staff and students. A whole range of learning experiences have centred around habitat piles, pondlife containers and planting to encourage biodiversity. Read more
As the demand for BIM compliant projects increases, Wynne-Williams Associates have taken the decision to switch to Vectorworks software. This will give us the capability to design collaboratively with other professionals to BIM Level 2. Read more
All members of the WWA team contributed to the Kier Construction 2020 Challenge this week. This involved taking part in a physical activity to add ‘green’ miles to a collective total. Activities included swimming, canoeing, ice skating, cycling and running. The aim of the event was to raise money for four important charities:
- East Anglian Air Ambulance
- East Anglian Children’s Hospice (EACH)
- Parkinson’s UK
- Ward D9 Oncology, Addenbrooke’s Hospital Read more