Ryder has been appointed as the design practice to deliver the first of its Grade A office buildings at Newcastle Science Central.
The practice was ranked tenth place in the Sunday Times 100 Best Small Companies to Work For at the awards ceremony held at Battersea Evolution.
The move builds on international expansion for the award winning practice, now with global expertise and connectivity across six locations in the UK, China and Canada.
The second commission will take the total development potential to 74,300sqm and further the park’s flexible design accommodation opportunities.
A well known architectural practice has become the latest company to join a scheme that aims to train the next generation of talent for the construction and built environment industries.
AllGo will deliver personalised, accessible hotel rooms across the world, removing the barriers to travel and creating truly inclusive environments for guests.
The first Ryder Alliance forum took place in Hong Kong from 14 to 18 November.
Building Live promises to deliver a range of engaging seminars designed across four sessions, each addressing major themes for the sector.
Rhona Baillie, CEO of the Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice, discusses in RIBA Journal why Ryder were her chosen architect for the project.