Fairhurst Design Group
Mark Adey is a director at Manchester-headquartered architects, The Fairhursts Design Group. With over 20 years’ experience, Mark specialises in the design of highly complex and environmentally sensitive buildings for the research, industrial and education sectors. Working alongside a team of talented laboratory architects at The Fairhursts Design Group, Mark has delivered innovative facilities for the likes of the Wellcome Trust, the Cell and Gene Therapy Catapult in Stevenage, and the Science and Technology Facilities Council as well as significant projects for the Universities of Cambridge, Manchester, Liverpool and Leeds. Mark and his team were also lead architects for the multi-award winning GSK Carbon-Neutral Sustainable Chemistry Laboratory at the University of Nottingham, the UK’s first carbon neutral laboratory.
- Project Capella, University of Cambridge – DFMA: what went well, what didn’t and lessons learnt
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