Royal Engineers Museum at Brompton

Royal Engineers Museum at Brompton

 

Gray Baynes + Shew is delighted to have been appointed by Babcock Land Ltd, a sub-contractor to Holdfast Training Services, for the refurbishment of the Royal Engineers Museum at Brompton Barracks in Gillingham, Kent. The building was originally constructed in 1905 and is Listed Grade II. It is one of only three military or regimental museums in the country to hold ‘Designated’ status. The others are the Tank Museum and specific collections held by the Royal Artillery Museum. Gray Baynes + Shew’s team includes Hamson JPA (building services design) and Aksward Oxford (structural engineering...

New Staff
New Staff
Gray Baynes + Shew welcomed two new members of staff in September. Katy Bell has joined the team as our new Office Administrator, overseeing the day-to-day running of the office and being the friendly face of our front of house team. We have also welcomed back Louis Moore, who has recently completed his degree in...
The Mad Hatter
On the evening of Sept 9th the garden of Gray Baynes & Shew was transformed into a Mad Hatter Tea Party. There were games and cakes galore. Staff & guests enjoyed various competitions including the best Mad Hatter Hat. £400 was raised for Helen and Douglas House.
An evening with Macbeth
Gray Baynes + Shew guests and staff enjoyed Creation Theatre’s production of Macbeth; a wonderful but dark evening of theatre in a beautiful college garden. Acknowledging the centenary of the first world war, the play is set in that time with the college buildings providing an original 1914 backdrop for the production...
Business in Oxford 2014
Business in Oxford 2014 Conference at the Said Business School on 23 April 2014 Robin Edwards gave a presentation on the history of Gray Baynes + Shew. Describing the practice’s heritage, how it has survived change and the importance of design he explained how this design business which began life in 1933 has...

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