Thomas Sinden have been successfully working for Children’s Charity Coram since 2013 as part of the phased major redevelopment of their historic campus.
Earlier phases have included a new education centre, offering learning experiences for thousands of local children and the Pears Pavilion, a purpose built centre, which features creative therapy rooms and adoption support.
The latest phase delivered includes the design & build of a three storey building providing offices, conference facilities and learning spaces. The new building is located in the heart of Coram’s historical site and is a celebration of the 350th anniversary of the birth of the charity’s founder, Thomas Coram.
On 5th December 2018 Her Majesty the Queen, officially opened the new building which was named in her honour – The Queen Elizabeth II Centre.
Dr Carol Homden CBE, CEO of Coram said:
We have been proud to work with Thomas Sinden on this major development, they have shown consideration and sensitivity to the specific needs of the site and the children we work with and been creative, reliable partners in the shared goal to make a positive difference in the world.