We had a wonderful time attending and on the panel at Sheffield University’s ‘Meet The Professionals’ event. With so many enthusiastic graduates in conjunction with the high calibre teaching and research being carried out by the department, the future is looking good for Landscape Architects!
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We are pleased to announce the appointment of Kim Walney Dean as a Graduate Landscape Architect. Having previously lived in South Africa with project experience in Africa, South Asia and the UAE, Kim enjoys commercial and residential projects, design illustrations and has a keen interest in green belt regeneration and preservation. When not [...]
ASA Landscape Architects, in conjunction with Steve Wells Associates, are delighted with having delivered the landscape and external sports facilities improvements for the newly refurbished Ryeish Green Sports Hub. With over 4 million pounds invested in its redevelopment, Ryeish Green Sports Hub now offers a state-of–the-art gym , studio, sports hall and [...]
The completion of buildings 142 and 143 finishes the development on the Park Drive East on Milton Park for MEPC. The development, consisting of 3 office and laboratory buildings was constructed on the site of an old distribution depot. The extensive and impressive landscape scheme designed by ASA Landscape Architects included 55 new trees [...]
ASA Landscapes delivers a new public realm at Building 141, the first phase of the Park Drive East £24m development.myHKT47VSn4x2018-03-28T15:26:36+01:00
ASA Landscape Architects have delivered a contemporary 'pocket park' and public realm space for the first phase of the Park Drive East development at Milton Park. Working closely with MEPC and SRA architects to support the increasing number of businesses wishing to join Milton Park, Oxfordshire's leading science and business community. ASA [...]
Work is proceeding quickly onsite at the foot of the SRA & Nicholas Hare designed Building 95 on the Milton Park Site 4 storey building for Immunocore. As the build of the exterior of the building is drawing to a close, the public realm layout begins to take shape
With the opening of the Backhill tunnel, which links Milton Park and the adjacent A4130 in west Didcot, the newly designed landscape provides a pedestrian and cycle link, with seasonal planting enhancing this popular route into the park. https://www.miltonpark.co.uk/news/backhill-tunnel-officially-reopened-by-ed-vaizey
As a reflection of our growing workload, we are pleased to announce the appointment of Scott Bennett as Graduate Landscape Architect