On average we spend a third of our lives at work. So it’s vital we create spaces that help us be happy, healthy and well.
This means our workplace needs are changing, and that’s challenging the way we think about design.
Attracting and retaining talented staff are vital for a thriving business. We make personalised work spaces that engage staff – helping our clients to stay competitive.
No longer tied to cellular offices and desks, work has become flexible: often remote, and frequently collaborative.
That’s brilliant news for occupiers, helping reduce the cost of their real estate, but demands clever design to create a workspace that stands out from the crowd.
We think sustainably, drawing on expertise from a multitude of sectors – not least health, wellbeing and higher education – to provide spaces that enhance the employee experience.
We engage with our clients, staff and stakeholders to create inclusive environments that help people connect with their corporate community.
News | 22nd September 2020
ADP has submitted plans for a major new science and research building in Central Manchester. Commissioned by the University of Manchester, the Christabel Pankhurst Institute will transform the way researchers work together.
Insights | 22nd April 2020
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Before the current pandemic, we held a number of thought leadership events across our Edinburgh, London and Manchester studios.
News | 16th January 2020
ADP has submitted designs to Leeds City Council for a new railway station at White Rose, in south Leeds. The planning application was submitted by Network Rail of behalf of Munroe K Luxembourg, owner of the adjoining White Rose Office Park, and the West Yorkshire Combined Authority. The aim is that White Rose Rail Station will be operational from the end of 2021.