Sector Overview

We’re passionate about the role of education to transform lives.

In support of lifelong learning our expertise covers every type of education environment from nursery through to higher education and research facilities.

We’re proud to be regularly recognised with design awards and accolades but our real kick is seeing the impact that inspiring spaces can have to enable people of all ages to reach their full potential.

Claire Wakelin is our Head of Education.

Click here to download our Education Brochure.

Case Study | Education

Abbey Farm Primary School

Case Study | Education, Residential

PBBS Demonstrator

Case Study | Education

Greenmead and Ronald Ross

Case Study | Education

Ysgol Pen Rhos

Case Study | Education

Arts Tower, University of Sheffield

Case Study | Education

Penarth Learning Community

Two Bridges Academy

HLM have been appointed by ISG Construction to design and deliver the Two Bridges Academy special educational needs (SEN) facility, on behalf of the Department for Education through the Construction Framework.

Torfaen Learning Zone

The Learning Zone, run by Goleg Gwent in Torfaen, South Wales is a £20m state-of-the-art facility forming part of the Council’s ambitious 21st Century Schools plan.

The BREEAM Excellent, 5 storey building houses 2 atriums, performance and social spaces, classrooms and a roof garden and transforms sixth form education in Torfaen, creating opportunities for one thousand students.

Advanced Wellbeing Research Centre (AWRC)

The centrepiece of the Sheffield Olympic Legacy Park, the Advanced Wellbeing Research Centre co-locates business, industry and the public sector to work collaboratively to develop innovations to help people move and improve the nation’s quality of life, using Sheffield as a living lab. The new building includes 3800 m2 of specialised laboratory, research and office space to support world-leading research, and take services and products from concept to market.

Sheffield UTC

Sheffield UTC offers a unique opportunity for education and business to come together and develop the skills that will be needed in the industry of the future, providing work-based learning for young people throughout the region. The College’s vision was to provide a central showcase/creative exchange hub at the heart of the project with two main specialism areas: Creative and Digital Media, and Engineering and Advanced Manufacturing, using an employer-led curriculum and real-world experiences.