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Richard Huish College – Maple Building for Visual Arts and Computing

In August 2016, Futures for Somerset appointed Grainge Architects to work with Richard Huish College to design new accommodation for Visual Arts and Computing on the campus. Situated in a prominent position, the aim for the project was to replace … Continue reading

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Digital Humanities Labs, University of Exeter

The University of Exeter appointed Grainge Architects in 2015 to design a new home for their digital humanities department, which has recently been completed by Morgan Sindall. The visually striking design responded to the client’s desire for a building with … Continue reading

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Grainge Architects Website Update

With the continuing variety of projects and increasing workload across the spectrum of different construction sectors we felt that it was time to update our website. Our growing portfolio in a wide range of project sectors is now better represented. … Continue reading

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Penryn SERSF Laboratories

Grainge Architects have worked closely with contractor Midas Construction in the detail design and delivery of the University of Exeter Business School’s new £5.5m SERSF building at Penryn Campus, Cornwall. The Science and Engineering Research Support Facility (SERSF) provides a … Continue reading

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Michelmores Property Awards Nominations 2015

2014 was Grainge Architects most successful year ever in terms of commissions & successfully completed projects. Therefore it comes as no surprise to us that we have been shortlisted in multiple categories in this years Michelmores Property Awards. The buildings that … Continue reading

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Seabrook School Development

Grainge Architects latest new school project has been submitted for planning approval to Exeter City Council on behalf of the Exeter Diocese. The proposed Church of England Voluntary Aided primary school is located within Grainge Architect’s Seabrook Orchards Housing Development which … Continue reading

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New £10m extension & Refurbishment for the University of Exeter.

The St Luke’s Campus of Exeter University is home to three colleges that occupy the grounds. The Graduate School of Education, the School of Sport and Health Sciences and the University of Exeter Medical School all make St Luke’s their home … Continue reading

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Quiet Space – Ensuring Acoustic Comfort in Buildings

The new Performing Arts Centre for the University of Plymouth is now well under way with construction progressing at a pace. Grainge Architects are working with Midas Construction and acoustic consultants ‘Redtwin’ on this £4 million project located in a … Continue reading

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New Fire Behaviour Training Centre at Exeter Airport.

Grainge Architects are delighted to see the completion in conjunction with Interserve, of another successful project within our Emergency Services portfolio. The new £3.35m ‘Fire Behaviour Training Centre’ for Devon & Somerset Fire & Rescue Service is located at Exeter … Continue reading

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More to Bats than just Bat Surveys & Bat Boxes…..

Commencing a new development can be complicated enough without the additional consideration of what might be lurking in roofspaces and voids within an existing building. Bats are a common lodger of many existing buildings, probably more so than many people … Continue reading

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