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Association of British Theatre Technicians Publishers of the article 'Do we really need Box Offices?'
Buro Happolds Structural engineers to the Communications mast, Campbell Park.
Coulsdons Sixth Form College Clients to the Pegola- seat, Coulsdon,London.
Craft Fusion Design and production of fused glass, as specified for Leicesters' Cultural Quarter.
Facebook Profile Facebook profile.
Flickr Photostream Photostream of recent work.
Friends of the Highline Hosts of an open competition to breath new life into The New York Highline, a disused section of overhead railway.
Google Pofile Self explanitory
Groundwork Lincoln Hosts of an open competition to rejuvinate Glory Hole, a historical, yet overlooked area in Lincoln.
LA Times Publishers of article on The New York Highline, subject of an open international design competition.
Leicester Creative Business Hosts of an open competition to introduce art and design to Leicesters' Cultural Quarter.
Magic Fountains Interactive lighting and water features, as specified for Leicesters' Cultural Quarter.
H.W Masons and Sons Stone masons respoonsible for cornerstones to Brownswood Local Play 3, a sunken brick basin in Milton Keynes, and of Granite plinth to armillary sundial.
Milton Keynes Citizen Publishers of article on proposed cellnet masts.
Milton Keynes Parks Trust Charitable trust, responsible for around 1,800 hectares of parkland. Within this parkland sit an armillary sphere, a monument to Robert Hook, as well as play areas in Caldecotte Local Park and Furzton Local Park. The trust also commissioned a study of Communications masts as landmarks.
Photofabrications Limited Photofabrications manufactured photo-etched stainless steel plaques to The Monument to Robert Hooke, Willen
Sustrans Website of Sustrans (Sustainable Transport) charity dedicated to building cycle links across the UK, one of which was to form the Chiltern Heritage Trail.
Three Website of leading communications company, commissioning Campbell Park's communications mast.
WWW.MKWeb.co.uk Website of Milton Keynes City, includes details of  sculpture around the City.

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