In partnership with the Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust - which provides financial and practical support to young people from disadvantaged backgrounds who aspire to be architects - Mount Anvil's National Skills Academy for Construction, recently welcomed ten year 9 students from Deptford Green School to its Keybridge Development in Vauxhall, London.
Keybridge will be the UK's tallest brick residential building and is a joint project between Mount Anvil and Fabrica. The skills academy team gave the students a private tour of the construction site to help them understand the build process and the complex mix of specialisms required to deliver new homes on time and to budget.
Keybridge will be at the heart of London's regenerated Vauxhall, and it is inspired by a fusion of London's mansion blocks and Manhattan's brick architecture.
Andrew Reid, Design and Planning Director at Mount Anvil will be speaking about private investment and public realm excellence our March forum at the IET in London alongside Newham Council, Arup and Churchman Landscape Architects.
Andrew leads the design and technical team at Mount Anvil and is responsible for optimisation, design and planning for all schemes ensuring that product quality and building design leaves a positive legacy on communities.
Mount Anvil has been building homes in London for twenty five years and last year won 12 awards. It has been voted one of the Sunday Times 100 Best Small Companies to work for in each of the last eleven years.