Bea Quarterly News

Apr ’13: 10 Years of Bea Landscape Design Ltd

March the 31st 2013 was the 10 year anniversary of Bea Landscape Design Ltd.

The company was incorporated by directors Thomas Grantham-Wright and Edmund Hobday in March 2003 taking over Brian Evans + Associates on the retirement of Brian Evans. Since then, the ethos, experience and dedication to the industry inspired by Brian Evans has been built upon by Thomas and Edmund who have invested in staff, technology and the services offered to clients.

The practice now operate the latest Autocad operating systems utilising specialist BIM compliant software such as KeyScape, KeyTree, KeyTerra-Firma and includes Autoturn and 3D visualisation software. We also utilise NBS Landscape (National Building Specification) to ensure that all materials and workmanship are correctly specified and refer to the latest regulations and British Standards. In 2012 Bea Landscape Design became members of Construction Line, a pre-qualification database recognising that the company meets industry and government standards.

In response to demand the practice has expanded the services offered to clients to include arboriculture, 3D visualisation and project management. Within the last 10 years Bea Landscape Design has gone from strength to strength, working on many iconic and prestigious projects including the New Zealand War Memorial located at Hyde Park corner and the award winning Birch Coppice Business Park located on the site of a former major colliery in Dordon, Tamworth. Please see our portfolio pages for further details on these and more projects.

The depth of knowledge and skill base within the practice has helped Bea Landscape Design continue to be successful working within the retail, commercial, industrial, heritage, healthcare, education and residential sectors as illustrated within the featured projects on our website. A number of featured case studies have also been showcased on the Landscape Institute website.

Should you have and queries or like us to be involved in your project please contact us.

Published on April 29, 2013 by Dan Rudge. Bea Landscape Design Limited