MMA spearheaded the master plan of the University of Liverpool’s School of Environmental Sciences. This project involved the reimagining of the department’s configuration, relocating it from six buildings in the northern campus to what is now its new home in the northern campus, supporting and facilitating a period of complex operational change.
The practice had to determine a viable and sustainable schedule of activities, complete an adjacencies analysis and conduct a fully comprehensive feasibility study for a co-located School of Environmental Sciences.
Utilising specialist space utilisation and briefing skills, MMA successfully proposed the new schedule of accommodation for the co-located school. This challenge proved to be critical – MMA created and managed the consultation and stakeholder engagement process to ensure cross-departmental buy-in and endorsement of the proposals, maintaining and en-hancing identity and repurposing space for 21st century expectations and demands.
MMA proposed a seamless blend the of both new and old estate for the University of Liverpool, and the School of Environmental Sciences, creating a unique sense of place.