Dayle Bayliss Associates are pleased to have been involved in supporting East Coast College in securing £10million of funding from New Anglia LEP to support the creation of their new Lowestoft Campus Energy Skills Centre. The project is a creation of a new £11million building dedicated to energy skills training and enterprise development. This project […]Continue Reading... Comments Off
We are pleased to announce that our project @TheRec won the Regeneration Award at the East of England RICS Awards. Up against 5 other shortlisted projects the regeneration category honours exceptional improvements to urban, rural or coastal areas. The judges were looking for evidence to show that the scheme has conserved or improved the built or […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Dayle Bayliss Associates has been shortlisted for a prestigious industry award. Dayle Bayliss, who runs Dayle Bayliss Associates, will discover if the project has won the Community Benefit or the Regeneration category of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors East of England awards 2015 in May. Their entry dazzled judges as an example of community […]Continue Reading... Comments Off
Working Collaboratively As the old adage goes: “many hands make light work”. And never does this ring more true than on a major building project. In the world of construction, working in unison means solutions to potential problems are found faster giving a better result. It also means that there is greater input into the […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Over the summer break we were busy working hard to deliver this new reception and entrance for Thurston Community College. Working with Seamans Building we were engaged in July to provide Architectural Design services for a new reception area and student entrance as part of the school wide refurbishment works. The challenge was to design […]Continue Reading... Comments Off