The Royal Society of Arts elects a Fellow from GBS

 

Gray Baynes and Shew are proud to share that Robin Edwards' has been elected as a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.

Established in 1784 the RSA's aim was to enrich society through ideas and actions for the public good. Today it is an international community of achievers and influencers from a range of backgrounds and professions. They will be in good company with Robin.

Architects Photographic Competition
We are pleased to share that Robin Edward's entry into the Zumtobel Architects Photographic Competition has won an award. His dark and atmospheric photograph impressed the judges and was included in their selection of winners. Robin attended the Award Presentation last friday in London and enjoyed meeting the fellow...
St Peters College
After a limited competition, St Peters college commissioned gray baynes and shew LLP in January 2016 , to carry out a set of surveys of the fabric of the College’s built assets. These surveys take the form of a Quinquennial; an asset survey , and a Planned Preventative Maintenance exercise . this latter piece of work...
Office Revit Training
Back in December six of our staff members completed an 18 hour 3-Day Revit training course as part of our ongoing staff training of Building Information Modelling. Taking us through 2016 we are already implementing our knew found knowledge on projects collaborating with other external consultants through sharing...
Visiting Our Birmingham Office
Located on Newhall Street gbs architects Birmingham office is in a fine central position in the city. The Oxford office dropped in for a short visit and a photo opportunity on Tuesday before embarking on a tour of some of Birmingham’s important buildings organised by partner Nigel Spawton. The German Christmas Market...

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