Category Archives: News

McDonald’s Restaurant Begins Installation at Corby Southern Gateway

An exciting start to the New Year, with the prefabricated McDonald’s unit being lifted into place this week at the brand new retail parade at Corby Southern Gateway, where GSSllp are working as Architects. The unit consists of 11 pieces which are being fixed together on site. This method allows for huge time savings, with installation […]

Gabriele Adomaityte wins RIBA East Midlands Part 2 Student Award!

We are delighted to be able to congratulate Gabriele Adomaityte, Architectural Assistant at GSS, for recently being awarded the 2019 RIBA East Midlands Part 2 Student award, for her University work titled ‘The Singing Valley Project’. The RIBA East Midlands Student Awards celebrate the talent and dedication of architecture students in local Schools, to reward […]

Work begins on Durham University’s Historic Bishop Cosin’s Library

Work has commenced on site for GSSArchitecture’s refurbishment of Bishop Cosin’s Library on Palace Green, for Durham University. This Grade II* listed building houses significant collections and was completed in 1667-68. The library and its collections were granted Designated status in 2005, identifying them as collections of national and international importance. Works to the building will […]

New Lubbesthorpe Primary School Official Opening Ceremony

After welcoming students to the school in early September, New Lubbesthorpe Primary School, the first school to be completed within the development, had it’s official opening ceremony on the 4th October! The ribbon was cut by Mrs Cherry Gibbs (pictured below), representative of The Drummond Estate, and sister of Fred Drummond, who had the original […]

University of Sunderland – City Campus Gateway Now Complete

Having developed the city-wide campus masterplan for the University of Sunderland, GSSArchitecture were appointed to design two projects to enhance the current Student Gateways at City Campus and St. Peter’s Campus, aimed at realigning and improving the Gateway service across the university. After the completion of the Prospect Gateway last year, work is now complete on the City […]

Bradwell Abbey’s Historic Discovery

Yesterday was an exciting day at Bradwell Abbey in Milton Keynes, following the official unveiling of a medieval stone carving which has been discovered within the west gable of the farmhouse during conservation works, for which GSSArchitecture are working as Architects. The Mayor of Milton Keynes, Sam Crooks, officially unveiled the artefact alongside Cabinet Member […]

Parliament Hill School Handed Over

The £30m redevelopment of Parliament Hill School, located in the London Borough of Camden, has been successfully completed and handed over to the client. The GSSArchitecture designed development includes a sports hall, science labs and general teaching classrooms as well as the refurbishment of the existing dining hall building, located at the centre of the […]