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COMPANY PROFILE FaulknerBrowns Architects


Dobson House, Northumbrian Way, Killingworth, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear, NE12 6QW UK


Tel: 0191 268 3007 Fax: 0191 247 8132 Email: email@faulknerbrowns.co.uk Web: www.faulknerbrowns.co.uk Twitter: @FaulknerBrowns


Sports partner Mike Hall


Background briefing FaulknerBrowns is renowned for outstanding performance in the delivery of innovative, award-winning and record- breaking buildings. These include facilities for community


use as well as elite training and competi- tion. Venues have an inherent flexibility offering broad appeal to all ages and abilities in which to compete, train or relax.


Main products and services The design service we offer extends from initial feasibility studies through all the design stages to completion of the building on site, leading the design team and co-ordinating and managing the client and contractor teams. This also includes master planning, urban


design and interior design on all projects. We work with our clients in the develop- ment of briefs through value management workshops to identify their requirements and aspirations for the project so that the completed building delivers the critical success factors for the project. In addition, we're experienced in assisting clients in the production of business plans and will work them to ensure the commercial viability of the facility throughout its lifetime.


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• Award-winning designers of innovative, sustainable community and elite training and competition centres across the globe • Delivering commercial viability through creative mixed-use leisure destinations • Meeting the highest sporting expectations through dynamic leisure experiences and unique facilities


The plans for the Toronto Velodrome in Canada


Additional services We have a contract administration section which will provide advice to clients on relevant procurement routes; BIM capability; in-house model making and graphic design.


USPs UK-based architects with national and international reputation in the successful delivery of sporting venues


Top clients Universities of Aberdeen, Bangor, Lancaster, Newcastle, Oxford, Sunderland and Surrey; ODA and LRVPA; Derby City Council; In Holland – The Council of The Hague and BAM; In France – Altarea; Redeim; Immochan; In Dubai – Dubai Municipality; In Canada – Bouygues Building; Hammerson UK; Ballymore; C & R; Intu; Carillion Developments.


Where in the world? Europe, Middle East, Canada and Asia


Who's who: Michael Hall, partner Russ Davenport, partner John Holt, senior director Nigel Tye, director Henk Merle, director


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