Are you seeking to enable inclusive use of landscape environments? Want to offer the client creative design solutions that engage with different needs and expectations? Landscape projects for which Steve has provided advise include play projects, visitor attractions, retail, urban realms, transport interchanges, housing schemes, schools and universities. Why not collaborate?
Are you preparing a master plan and would like to resolve potential user conflicts and anticipate both implications and opportunities with regards the user experience? Steve has advised CIHT with regards to Manual for Streets 2 and his experience includes: UWE’s Frenchay Campus, Cardiff’s Capital Square, Pendleton in Salford, Heartlands in Cornwall and Sainsbury’s. Why not seek our advice?
Do you want your design to enable positive user experiences, whilst also enabling your client to optimize their business value and anticipate their duties under the Equality Act? As an experienced architect himself, Steve is very able to appreciate the aspirations, challenges, practicalities and requirements that come with practicing architecture. Why not give us a call?
Are you keen to optimise project value as a result of positive user experiences whilst evaluating project costs for your client? Steve ‘s experience and expertise enables cost consultants, project teams and their clients to come to value based decisions through anticipating what their user experiences are likely to be. Why not advise your client of the benefit of our advice?
Are you looking at existing premise or inheriting a new-build project? Steve has extensive experience undertaking audits / assessments of existing buildings and delivering designs through production information, on site and to completion. Why not advise you clients that we undertake user experience/access audits and provide you and your client with our advice?
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