LHC projects on the 2021 Michelmores Property Awards shortlist

The annual Michelmores Property Awards have announced their shortlist and we’re pleased to say several of our projects feature on the list.

Named after the 19th century English mathematician, the Ada Lovelace Building forms part of Exeter Science Park and was created to support the ongoing growth of STEMM companies in the area.

It meets a growing need for flexible offices, workshops and laboratories for companies working in scientific R&D, who have outgrown the Park’s incubation spaces. Over three floors, this striking building – one of several designed by LHC on the Park – is a versatile, futureproofed, commercially-viable space which is both Net Zero Carbon in operation and a pleasure to work in.

A short hop across Exeter’s growing Science Park, our V-Simulators Building houses cutting edge technology to facilitate world-leading research into how people experience motion and vibrations in the built environment. Both buildings will compete for the Project of the Year under £5m award,

Shortlisted in the Masterplanning for the Future category, Nexus 25 is a new, strategically important employment site located at J25 of the M5 at Taunton. Our urban design & landscape team produced the Design Guide and Masterplan for Taunton Deane Council.

Finally, while the impressive Digital and Data Centre at Exeter College isn’t our building, it is set within our new Exeter College Landscape Masterplan.

Please click on the links above for LHC project information and here for the full shortlist.

The Ada Lovelace Building, Exeter Science Park
V-Simulator Building, Exeter Science Park
Nexus 25 Masterplan