Nick Green joined Saunders Boston in 2000 before commencing his architectural studies returning between courses and finally entering full time employment in 2007 and became an Associate Director in 2014. Nick has been involved in a wide range of projects across the company's portfolio. Now focusing on design led projects in the Housing and Commercial sectors. Nick also forms part of the Saunders Boston management team taking responsibility for our design and environmental philosophies.
Why Nick is right for your project
Nick has over ten years experience in practice , over this time he has been involved in a wide range of projects across all sectors, but with particular focus on design led projects in the Residential, Higher Education and veterinary sectors.
Education Sector Experience
Queen’s Veterinary School Hospital, Department of Veterinary Medicine -£3m+ Rationalisation of Existing Hospital, University of Cambridge
Wellcome Trust / MRC Cambridge Stem Cell Institute - £11m, laboratory and bio-facility refurbishment. University of Cambridge
University Library Offsite Store – £8m High Serviced VNA Warehouse for Offsite Storage of Printed Material, University of Cambridge
Coslett Building Student Resource Centre – £2.5m extension to existing building. Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge
MRC Toxicology Unit / Dept. of Pharmacology (Project Hadar) – £15m+ remodelling and refitting to form a new research facility. University of Cambridge
Cambridge Centre for Imaging – £10m remodelling to form a new medical research facility. University of Cambridge School of Clinical Medicine
Scarsdale Veterinary Hospitals – £4m New Small Animal Veterinary Teaching Hospital, Derby for Scarsdale Veterinary Group / University of Nottingham
Cambridge City Council Affordable Housing – £30m, 250 New Homes on 12 Sites for Cambridge City Council / Keepmoat Homes
Priestgate Court - £3m Re-development of Listed Building, Peterborough, for Crosskeys Homes. Peterborough Design Award Winner 2014
Histon Station Masterplan and Re-development - £10m (Combined) Community Masterplan & Development of Historic Building.