As part of its international growth strategy Maynard Design Group are pleased to welcome Julian Robinson, former head of Architecture at The Elizabeth line (Crossrail) as a consultant to the team.
He joins with 30 years’ experience in transport design having previously worked on other flagship transport projects such as the Jubilee Line Extension and St Pancras International station.
Maynard Group has announced the acquisition of Transport Design Consultancy (TDC) in a merger that brings together the two original pioneers of the transport design consultancy sector.
Maynard Design Group will become the most experienced multi-disciplinary design consultancy in the transport sector with over 400 projects delivered in 17 countries combined over the last 20 years, positively impacting over 3.5 billion journeys taken by people every year.
Cambridge Biomedical Campus (CBC) is at the heart of Europe’s leading life science cluster and is the largest employment site in Cambridge. The site is focused on ensuring patients benefit from the campus’ world-leading research, as academics, industry, clinicians, and researchers collaborate to tackle some of the most significant healthcare challenges facing the world today.
Rapid growth of the campus in recent years created an opportunity to reassess how staff, visitors and others travel in and around the site.
St John & St Elizabeth Hospital has appointed Maynard to deliver a ‘people first’ wayfinding system to enhance the user experience of its patients, staff and visitors.
St John & St Elizabeth Hospital is one of London’s leading charitable hospitals providing exemplary standards of care to patients. Located in the heart of St John’s Wood it is renowned for its friendly atmosphere, industry-leading consultants and its caring and compassionate ethos.
Milan Expo attracted 21 million visitors to the city in 2015 and has now become a successful catalyst for social and economic growth for the country. The former expo site, situated 15km north west of Milan, is currently undergoing transformation into a world-leading district for science, knowledge and innovation. With its diverse tenants and land … Read More
We were thrilled to see Auckland Transport deploy a rainbow Ripple on Karangahape Road, one of the cultural centres of Tāmaki Makaurau. Ripple is an expandable cycle parking system for events and temporary installations, developed for local authorities, event organisers and active transport facilitators. This deployment is a great example of utilising modular colourways to … Read More
We are honoured to have been awarded Silver at the 2021 edition of the Europe Transform Awards! In recognition of this achievement we wanted to share a brief insight into our design journey, exploring Stevenage’s rich history whilst championing the council’s commitment towards culture, community and wellbeing – all key ingredients in their ongoing £1bn … Read More
Hong Kong is fast-developing into a world-class walkable city. The city itself is well-established as a global leader in sustainable transport. It is estimated that over 12 million passenger trips are made on different public transport services in Hong Kong every day, accounting for over 90% of the total passenger trips made on a daily … Read More
We recently received something exciting in the mail! The British Sign Awards have recognised our work for Chelsea Barracks as ‘Wayfinding Scheme of the Year 2020’ Our initial exploration sought to achieve a balance between remembering the past whilst looking to the future. The delivery of the new visual identity for the wayfinding graphics and … Read More
Congratulations to Peter Brown, who has been promoted to Associate Director in Australia. Peter joined Maynard in 2013 in London, where he quickly became an integral part of the Industrial Design and Infrastructure team delivering Crossrail C100 & Contractor Support packages. Over the past 5 years, he has been instrumental to the growth of Maynard … Read More