A multi award-winning aviation museum located on the historically significant Filton Airfield. The conversion of a Grade II listed Hangar into a museum houses the Bristol Aero Collection of 8000 artefacts and Bristol-built aircraft including one of the remaining Concordes.
Purcell have been commissioned to work on the masterplan and placemaking of the Power Station to rediscover the original vision, whilst safeguarding the building’s heritage and securing its sustainable future. In 2021 the historic station will open to the public as a new event venue and shopping centre for the local community.
An award-winning regeneration of a historic castle in rural Wales. The project has successfully boosted the local economy, created new jobs and unlocked social value.
Purcell led several projects to develop and deliver the Chatham Historic Dockyard Masterplan.
Purcell has led the delivery of an extensive programme of restoration works at this significant World Heritage site, drawing on all our core disciplines in Architecture, Masterplanning and Heritage Consultancy. This includes a world-class exhibition experience and sustainable upgrades throughout the historic buildings estate.
Purcell has provided Ely Cathedral with over 50 years of care. We used a high-level flying scaffold to repair the lead in the 14th Century Octagon and Lantern, clean the 19th Century glazing and conserve the paintings.
Creating a new residential art centre providing fully accessible accommodation for 16 artists with equal access to new common facilities, performance spaces and studios within the walled gardens of Dillington House.
A new archive and local studies centre for Cornwall within the derelict Redruth Brewery, forming a part of the regeneration of the town.
Purcell are helping design a major new gallery extension and accessibility improvements as part of the ‘Hello Future’ project to develop and transform the museum for visitors and local communities.
Purcell is responsible for the restoration and refurbishment of the iconic British palace including overseeing the ten-year rolling programme of repairs to all cast iron roofs at the palace, conserving and restoring the bronze windows and supporting the design team and contractors to ensure that upgrades are sensitive to the historic fabric.
Following Hong Kong's Central Police Station compound’s decommissioning in 2006, the client sought to regenerate the site for re-use. The site is now a major new arts facility for both visitors and the local community.