BWB’s experience in the retail sector extends from routine maintenance and refurbishment of existing high street stores to the planning and design of major urban shopping centres. Many of our city centre regeneration projects incorporate a significant element of retail development in a variety of forms, ranging from shopping arcades to regional shopping centres containing large department stores, “metro” type food stores, boutiques, ancillary leisure outlets and on-site multi-storey car parking.
We have extensive experience in the planning and design of “edge-of-centre” retail parks, usually anchored around major non-food retail stores. These projects often incorporate under-croft or multi-storey car parking supplemented with appropriate and essential public transport facilities. Acting directly for developer Clients, we also have solid experience in the planning and design of a wide range of food supermarkets, either as stand-alone stores or as part of larger mixed-use schemes.
Lewisham Gateway is a PPP venture between Muse Developments, TfL and LB Lewisham. The scheme requires major infrastructure changes to the existing roundabout to create a new improved transport circula...View Project »
In 2012 BWB were appointed as the Civil and Structural Engineer for the new £40m dual-sided Gloucester Gateway Motorway Services Area (MSA) between Junctions 11a and 12 of the M5. BWB were brought on...View Project »
BWB has played a key role in the acquisition and planning stages of a £100m mixed-use development at the former Didcot A power station in Oxfordshire. The proposals from Clowes Developments and Graft...View Project »