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The Gates Durham

First Emperor Exhibition

Brunel University Wilfred Brown Building

Durham University

Northumbria University Graduates 2016

The British Museum

Trinity Academy Doncaster

Harrow Road

Durham Cathedral

Dudley House

BIM & Revit Capabilities

London South Bank University, Student Centre

Newcastle University, Hatton Gallery

TGA have significant and varied experience – having supported the Built Environment for over fifty years – allowing for a progressive Consultancy that is enriched with history yet having a flexible approach to remain ahead of the curve in this ever-changing industry.

With well positioned resource bases in the UK, TGA are capable of delivering projects that vary greatly in size and complexity, from condition surveys to major infrastructure projects and from heavy manufacturing facilities to live transplant theatres.

Hull Maritime Museum

TGA are working with Purcell on another historic and landmark project. The £27m Hull Maritime Museum Project will see life brought back to the once bustling docks and transform Hull into the north’s next major tourist attraction as Yorkshire’s Maritime City.


Architect Journal

York Minister Award Winning Lighting

York Minister and its new lighting strategy, by Sutton Vane Associates, was winner of the Heritage Project of the Year at the Lighting Design Awards. TGA are proudly listed as the Engineers involved with the project helping bring Sutton Vane’s strategy into an engineered solution.  TGA have worked with SVA on many projects including Newcastle’s St Nicholas Cathedral, Durham Cathedral and currently the redevelopment at Auckland Castle. Described as ‘one of the greatest cathedrals in the world’, York Minster required a full lighting strategy. The first part to be completed to the new plan by Sutton Vane Associates is the Nave, the Nave Aisles and the Quire Screen.  A major part of the lighting and servicing strategy was to conceal the luminaires, associated drivers, cabling and containment as much as possible to ensure that the visible services were kept to a minimum, whilst allowing the ‘lighting effect’ to take centre stage.  The lighting scheme and associated control had to be user friendly with maximum flexibility for the various events that take place. In addition to traditional ‘scene-setting’ push buttons, that were concealed from view, a wireless link via the Lutron App allowed for iPhone / iPad control.... read more