Our firm’s involvement began with the original design of E-Wing in the 1970’s, through renovations by Mr. Ellis in the early 1990’s and the early 2000’s, the College’s renovations were designed to reflect an interactive, technology driven academic environment.

For example, with the renovation of E-Wing, the original concept for the main block of this building was a component based system, modular in nature and therefore easy to manipulate and evolve. Upgrading to a modern use was therefore in keeping with our age-old philosophy of future building renewal. Classrooms are normally the first subject for change, with the development of new technologies and the challenge was to bring an almost forty year old building into the new century.

Other uses, such as the flight simulator built for the Aviation Department, tread new grown, and therefore opened up far more complexity into what were previously simple uses and spaces.