It’s a new day at jmarchitects and we want to keep you up-to-date with all our latest news. What we’re designing, building and celebrating. As well as our views on the world of architecture, design and the environment.
We are delighted to share some exciting news with you – jmarchitects has a new addition to our talented team!
Some of the team in the Manchester studio took part in a Netwalking event organised by Layer.studio aimed at developing relationships with the next generation of construction professionals working in practices in the Greater Manchester area.
Congratulations to Rebekah Over on winning a bronze medal in the Digital Construction Category at the WorldSkills UK National Finals!
Exciting News! Construction work for our latest Passivhaus project is starting on site this month!
jmarchitects had the honour of participating in the Careers Fayre at Grangemouth High School, an event tailored for secondary school students ranging from S3 to S6.
We are thrilled to share the exciting news that our project, Holy Family RC Primary School, has been honoured with a commendation at the GIA Awards.
We hope that you join with us in wishing Rebekah Over the best of luck as she takes part in the WorldSkills UK Final for Digital Construction this week!
We are pleased to announce that planning permission has been submitted for a new contemporary student accommodation at Gillespie Crescent.
We are pleased to announce that proposals for a new single stream primary school and early years facility in the Hawkhill area of Winchburgh have been formally submitted for Planning Permission.
Completion of the land deal paves the way for the next steps following planning approval for the £65m regeneration of Union Mill, Wolverhampton.
A place for the community to meet and learn together, Wallyford Learning Campus is a state-of-the-art community building that is truly inclusive, intergenerational and responds to environmental and educational agendas.
jmarchitects had a fantastic time last week visiting Overbury Open Mic Night at the incredible Impossible Manchester.