MMA was commissioned in January 2015 to undertake the feasibility study, design and delivery of this pivotal project for Liverpool Cathedral and Diocese of Liverpool. Cost was a key driver and MMA worked closely with the client to refine the brief, ensuring that best value was achieved.
Following decisive project management from Maggie and space utilisation from the rest of the team, the new building provides state-of-the-art meeting and conference facilities. Sited within the demise of Liverpool Cathedral, the project was subject not only to secular planning constraints, but also to the constraints of the Fabric Advisory Committee. The new conference centre was successfully delivered, keeping within cost and programme.
MMA undertook the feasibility study, design and delivery of the reordering of St John’s PCC in May 2015. The team underwent extensive consultations, brief development and cost reviews to ensure that expectations and needs were met, with risks identified and managed at an early stage in the project.
By October 2017, the church had been completely internally re-ordered, providing a reconfigured worship space, new kitchen/toilets and entrance spaces; all whilst taking in to consideration the conservation of the existing space.
MMA worked with the PCC (parochial church council) to undertake the feasibility study and design of the re-ordering of St Paul’s Grade II listed church in Wigan. The team is currently engaged with the client and plans are progressing to take to site late 2019.