At PBA, we work extensively with clients from both the public and private sectors. We never forget that public-sector funding often drives private-sector investment, helping to turn projects into places.
Our involvement with government agencies and local authorities has resulted in some of the most complex schemes we’ve worked on, such as the redevelopment of the Agar Grove Estate in Camden, London – one of the largest Passivhaus projects in Europe – and securing planning permission for the Energy Innovation Centre at Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge.
We’ve facilitated vital transport links, such as the new Junction 11 of the M4 and the Reading Pedestrian and Cycle Bridge to connect residential and commercial areas. We've created flood defence schemes in high-risk coastal settings and low-lying internal drainage board districts, and helped Transport for London develop an Olympic Route Network during the London 2012 Games.
Our deep understanding of what is important to the public makes us ideally suited to undertaking public-sector projects.