Spectrum are pleased to have worked with FBM Architects on their Maria Fidelis School project, which has been shortlisted for an NLA Award.

23 September 2020 by Nick Treby, Principal Consultant

A school near Euston station was set to close and be reused as a managed workspace, with a new Construction Skills Training Centre to be built in the grounds to equip Camden residents for jobs on HS2. FBM Architects led the scheme, and used Spectrum to provide acoustic consultancy advice. We had to contend with the potential for construction noise from HS2 getting in to the buildings, noise from the practical activities in the Construction Skills Centre affecting neighbours, as well as making sure the internal acoustic design on both buildings created great places to work and learn. We were part of the team, preparing information for the planning application, and developing the acoustic strategy.

Image courtesy of FBM Architects

Spectrum are pleased to have worked with FBM Architects on their Maria Fidelis School project, which has been shortlisted for an NLA Award.