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BDP wins UK parliament refurb contract

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BDP has beaten a string of big name architects to land the contract to refurbish the UK parliament in London, while Lord Foster has proposed a ‘pop-up’ temporary home for the country’s politicians
BDP has been awarded a full interdisciplinary contract for client advisory services to help ensure the safe and secure future of the Palace of Westminster. The prestigious contract was won against three other practices Allies and Morrison, Foster and Partners and HOK. Since its construction in the mid-1800s, many features and systems in the Palace have never undergone a major renovation, and the heating, ventilation, water, drainage and electrical systems are extremely antiquated. In awarding this contract, Parliament can take forward the crucial work required to safeguard the Palace and keep Parliament running. Architect director Tim Leach said:  “It’s an enormous privilege for the practice to be entrusted with helping safeguard the Palace of Westminster, this international symbol of democracy and our society’s shared values. This new programme of work presents

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