OPEN Youth Venue
Client: OPEN Youth Trust
Complex conversion of Grade II listed building into a cutting edge youth centre with a gig venue, nightclub, training kitchen and café, learning zone, agency offices and conference wing.
An exciting project to convert a Grade II listed building spread over four floors with in excess of 3,000 m2 floor space -
Architect: Hudson Architects
Contractor: John Youngs Ltd.
"AMA are an integral part of the project's multi-
Les Brown -
"Hudson Architects have very much enjoyed working with AMA and look forward to delivering more great buildings with them".
Dieter Kleiner -
"Everyone at AMA is positive and proactive with any request or question".
Hannah Wooler -
Wells Park Youth Centre
Client: London Borough of Lewisham
Contemporary New Build Youth and Community facility incorporating café, sports facilities, offices and multi-
The London Borough of Lewisham appointed AMA to provide cost planning expertise for the successful bid document including appraisals of alternative sites and different options for the site.
Architect: RCKa Architects
""We have very much enjoyed working with AMA and look forward to delivering more great buildings with them".
Dieter Kleiner -
Grapes Hill Community Garden
Client: Grapes Hill Community Group
Conversion of a city centre redundant car park into an oasis of calm near a busy dual carriageway.
AMA really enjoys working on community projects like this which are initiated and sustained at grassroots level. AMA provided initial cost advice to enable the client to obtain funding and also prepared the tender documents on a pro-
Architect: A2 Architects
Contractor: N D Willan
"AMA’s involvement has been a Godsend".
Fran Ellington. Project leader for Grapes Hill Community Garden
Value: Not disclosed
Client: Interurban Studios/Architecture for humanity
A proposed community centre for the Keta Sandliners football club in Ghana.
An interesting project to get involved in utilising sand bags to construct the walls with barbed wire as joint reinforcement. AMA checked the budget costs on a pro-
Architect: Interurban Studios
Cley Visitors Centre; Simon Aspinall Wildlife Education Centre
Client: Norfolk Wildlife Trust
AMA have enjoyed working with the Norfolk Wildlife Trust and LSI Architects, providing cost and procurement advice. We helped the team secure HLF funding stages 1 and 2 to extend the iconic Cley Vistors Centre to incorporate the Simon Aspinall Wildlife Education Centre. This multi-
The Simon Aspinall Centre was opened by Sir David Attenborough and Ben Jarrod on the 12th June 2015. The project was completed on time and to budget and is a wonderful resource on the North Norfolk coast.
Architect: LSI Architects
Contractor: Draper and Nichols
“AMA is the best QS I’ve worked with.”
Brendan Joyce – CEO Norfolk Wildlife Trust
Jeremy O’Rourke -
construction cost managers
Sheringham ‘MO’ Museum
Client: Sheringham MO Museum
AMA produced a cost plan for stages 1 and 2 of the HLF bids, as well as proving a full PQS service to the client. This wonderful extension of the ‘MO’ provides 2nd floor education space, housing an Atlantic 75 lifeboat as well as a north facing terrace overlooking the sea. Particular challenges included the extension work taking place over an existing live museum. AMA managed pre-
Click here to see the video of the opening event : http://www.edp24.co.uk/news/view-
Link to MO’s website: http://www.sheringhammuseum.co.uk/
Architect: Feilden & Mawson LLP
Norfolk: AMA, The Maltings, Malthouse Farm, The Street, Oulton, Norfolk NR11 6AF........01263 735 462
London: AMA, 70 Cowcross Street, London EC1M 6EJ........0207 251 9312
Cambridge: AMA, c/o Conisbee, 47-