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SEED Architects carries out a wide range of services for national and international clients in the rail industry.
We have designed new stations, interchanges, accessibility solutions, facility expansions and more. All our work in the sector is carried out bespoke, with sustainability and social responsibility playing a key part in our designs.
We offer the following services, all of which are tailored to the client’s requirements:
- Project Management
- Interior Design
- Urban Design
- Construction Design and Management (CDM) Co-ordination
- Building information modelling (BIM) and CGIs
We have experience of the industry at every level of the business, so whoever you speak to at SEED Architects, they understand rail – and they fully appreciate the complexity and high standards that go with working in this sector.
Based in Manchester, SEED Architects have a wide portfolio of clients with projects throughout the UK, providing a service to a number of National and International clients.
We have a wealth of experience in designing and delivering buildings within the rail sector, from director level down to graduate. This experience covers works in various sectors from refurbishment to new-build. Furthermore, this knowledge is enhanced by the practice’s wider experience within the public and private sectors giving insight into the wider context of specialist sector projects
Firstly, we are committed to listening to the client and understanding their requirements with no pre-conceived solutions. Each remit is analysed on it’s own merit the result of which is added value to the project. Our design flair and commitment to good practice is evidenced by the continuing number of local and national design awards, from Local Authority through to the National Awards
All members of the team take a personal interest their projects with continual design team and client dialogue. We also take a keen interest both corporately and personally in our specialist industries, being involved in Community Partnerships and European programmes