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Kind Words2020-04-20T14:01:20+01:00

Jeff Berry, Bristol Grammar School

“At BGS we had, in the past, used a more traditional procurement route for building enhancement and development through the services of a variety of architects. Generally the pace was slow and the fee cost was high. We wanted to move to a faster, more flexible way of developing both the look and utilisation of the built environment at our disposal. Whilst at the same time finding a high quality design theme which would produce a vibrant counterpoint to the Victorian vernacular of the school buildings.  Wylde IA became engaged in a rewarding, collaborative relationship which reflected a high level of commitment to understand educational buildings and yet provide the kind of quality found in commercial interiors. We produced a wide variety of new interiors which spanned; the sixth form centre, development of a completely new infant school, a new food technology suite, a complete refit of science laboratories, a re-furbished music school, new facilities for the art department, wholesale reorganisation of several buildings in terms of room use, and a re-theme for the sports pavilion at Failand. Additionally we worked up  plans for a number of new development initiatives including a performing arts centre, an enlarged library, and developments to the school sports centre. All delivered in a cost effective and client focussed manner. I would highly recommend them.”

Andrew Harper-Rowe, MLM

“Thank you for all your help and your vision for our new office, we are all so pleased with it. Everyone who has visited – be it the postman or the MD of a company has commented on just how amazing it looks. We’re thrilled with Wylde IA’s input in creating a fantastic place to work and do business. We’re Engineers and Surveyors and if it had been down to us the colour scheme would probably have been beige and grey – we needed the help of an interior designer to create the vision!”

Leon Heward-Mills, Society for Endocrinology

“As an organisation, the Society has gone through a significant rebranding process and enhancement of the way in which we operate. Central to this change has been the need to create a working environment that not only comfortably accommodates our current and anticipated staffing requirements, but one which- from an aesthetic perspective- is an enjoyable, comfortable practical and inspiring workplace. We believe this has been achieved.”