Our selection of case studies showcase a cross section of recent QODA projects.
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Rose Hill Community Centre
QODA are working on this challenging new project in Oxford. The Community Centre will cater for multi-use groups including healthcare provision, sports and fitness, youth and community facilities requiring detailed consultation with the user groups. Low energy sustainable design and BIM methodology are at the heart of the design process.
QODA were appointed as M&E designers for the refurbishment of the Woodberry Wetlands Café and Visitor Centre in Stoke Newington. A popular spot for bird watching, it is hoped the new facilities will attract a larger number of visitors and educational outings to this rare peace of nature in the centre of London.
Newman Brothers Coffin Works
This restoration of a Grade II listed Coffin Works in Birmingham includes both work to sensitive areas for conservation, a new archive store for important artefacts and a conservation studio.
This RICS award winning project was funded through the HLF process.
Marcus Garvey Library
QODA are working on the phased refurbishment of a number of Libraries for Haringey Council. The work at Marcus Garvey includes the complete refurbishment of the Library along with the two lifts and the creation of a Customer Services Centre on the first floor for the use by the local community. The Council had very ambitious timescales for this (£2.2million) contract which is due for completion at the end of May 2016.
QODA have been appointed as the Sustainability, Mechanical and Electrical Engineers for the major re-development of Gunnersbury Park in West London. The project aims to restore and reveal the many facets of the park and the museum for public enjoyment and understanding.
Moseley School of Art
QODA have been appointed by the Muslim Community Association as part of a design team to help restore Moseley School of Art. The Grade II* Building is on English Heritage’s ‘Buildings at Risk register’ and is also listed as of the ten most vulnerable Buildings in Britain by the Victorian Society. The Building, originally built as an educational establishment, has been the home of the British Association of Muslims since 1984. The projects main aim is to restore the building and provide facilities that can be used by the local community including workshops and educational activities.