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Quinquennial inspections: why they are so important

Practice director Mike Darwell discusses the importance of the church quinquennial inspection and why a thorough inspection and well written report are vital for those responsible for the upkeep of church buildings. JCA are inspecting architects at over 70 churches across the north of England…

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Position available at John Coward Architects

JCA have a vacancy for a job running architect or technologist with a minimum of 5-years’ experience.  Projects range from beautifully designed small domestic extensions, bespoke new houses to large scale commercial developments.  We work extensively within the conservation sector and specialise in the sensitive…

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The Importance of Visualisation

Practice managing director Rebecca Gibson talks about how JCA are empowering clients to better understand early conceptualisations by using 3D modelling and CGI visualisations during the early design stages. Architects love plans and feel at home in the 2D world of cross sections and flat…

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Rescuing Community Heritage – Woodtop School, Burnley

John Coward Architects have worked closely with their client, the Calico Group, to help develop a project that will see an important heritage asset in Burnley saved from close to total loss and repurposed as a community hub at the centre of an exciting new…

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A little bit of Scandinavia in Liverpool

JCA have been appointed to carry out a complete condition survey of the Nordic Church of Liverpool (Gustaf Adolfs Kyrka) in order to a identify a phased repair package focusing on the external fabric and interior of the main worship space.  The church, designed by…

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