KEEPING LORD'S WORLD CLASS
Founded in 1787, Marylebone Cricket Club is the most active and famous cricket club in the world and owner of Lord's Cricket Ground - the Home of Cricket.
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MCC is working with a range of companies, from architects to historic building and light consultants in order to ensure the Masterplan is executed in the best way possible.
The key companies and their roles are:
Architects and Masterplanners
Populous are a global collective of architects, designers, technical experts and industry veterans, with a track record of delivering some of the most innovative and celebrated sports stadia of recent years.
Their designs include the new Wembley Stadium, Sydney's ANZ Stadium - home of the 2000 Summer Olympic Games - Dublin's Aviva Stadium and the retractable roof on Wimbledon's Centre Court.
Cost and Construction Consultants
Gardiner & Theobald are an independent global consultancy offering a range of services to the construction and property industry.
They provide project, cost and construction management for clients throughout the world as well as a range of other complementary services.
DP9 is established as one of the leading expert consultancies in planning, development and regeneration in the UK.
The partnership is an independent practice providing advice to major developers and landowners on the most exciting and challenging town planning projects.
Arup are an independent firm of designers, planners, engineers, consultants and technical specialists offering a broad range of professional services.
Historic Buildings and Conservation Consultants
Ettwein Bridges has a strong reputation for successfully addressing complex design and planning issues in the UK.
Much of its work involves the design of new buildings in sensitive or historic settings and the conservation of historic buildings in and around London.
Consultants in Rights of Light, Daylight, Sunlight and Overshadowing
GIA have one of the largest dedicated rights of light departments in the UK and have provided solutions to legal right to light issues in many of the most prestigious developments throughout London, as well as the country as a whole.