Architecture

Commercial – B+A are associated with many prestigious buildings in Belfast, involving new-build, remodelling, updating and restoration. Examples are River House, Mark Royal House, Sinclair House and Metropole House. New build offices include 42 Dublin Road, whilst interior design work included a four storey fitout for Mills Selig Solicitors.

Retail – Working for both national and independent retailers providing solutions to suit budget and programme. Often works are managed on a phased basis to enable trading to continue throughout the works period.

Industrial – B+A have developed long term relationships with a number of international, national and local manufacturers and distributors. Client types include veterinary pharmaceuticals, electronics, cold storage and food distribution. Solutions are always developed in close collaboration with the client organisation, providing functional and economic solutions, whilst always ensuring that production can continue uninterrupted. Specialisms include Clean room facilities, cold storage and goods handling. B+A also serve landlords, repairing and preparing properties for lease.

Social – Projects include supported living / nursing homes, ambulance and training facilities, school facilities, and community halls. Where necessary assistance and cooperation is given in the seeking of grant assistance.

Ecclesiastical – Serving a wide range of denominations and creeds, B+A always seek to work closely and cooperatively with the client to achieve functional, economic and where appropriate, inspirational solutions. Such projects often involve a substantial lead-in, including the preparation of options and presentations to congregations to generate and sustain support for the proposals.

Residential – Works include apartment development, private new-build and extension. HMO compliance. Emphasis is always on the client’s needs and aspirations, finding thoughtful and delightful solutions whilst working within budget. 

Conservation – Projects have included the restoration of the Art Deco Sinclair House in Belfast and also the reinstatement of fire damaged Victorian and Georgian buildings, as well as respectful extension and refurbishment.