Dennis Hellyar Architects are Education specialists - Designers of nursery, primary, secondary, further and higher education facilities. Dennis has worked successfully across a range of education facilities in Cardiff and the South Wales region. Dennis is well known in the industry, in this sector area.
DHA has been established to service education clients seeking the benefits of a more lean, efficient, experienced and respected, hands on organisation with specialists and designers, able to deliver high quality design. With the unique selling point of Dennis working close to all projects in the office, dha provides a personalised and bespoke offer, delivering considered, ecologically green and sustainable design, with care, sensitivity and an undrstanding for the pedagogy and the teaching environment.
DHA is experienced with specialists in Sustainability, and BREEAM, which is also reflected in the practice's specialism in Sustainable building design. Dennis qualified as a BREEAM Accredited Professional in July 2011. He also designed the first BREEAM Excellent further education facility building in the UK, and first BREEAM Excellent Healthcare Centre building in Wales, winning Welsh Breeam awards for both projects.
Please see below - Dennis' portfolio list of Education projects with former practices:
Cardiff (£21M) St. Teilo's CIW High School - http://www.stteilos.com/our-new-school/the-building/
Cardiff (£7M) Treganna Primary School,
Cardiff (£22M) Dyffryn Tywi High School,
Carmarthenshire (£8M) Ffwrnes Primary School,
RCT(£3M) Dolau Primary School,
Pembrokeshire(£3M) Construction Technology Centre,
Pembrokeshire (£2M) Engineering and Energy Centre
Please do not hesitate to contact us if we could help you with any Education projects - of any scale.
The images presented provide a portfolio of projects which Dennis Hellyar was responsible for in his previous employment for Austin-Smith:Lord. As can be seen the projects are rich and varied and demonstrate the Broad sector knowledge which dha is able to demonstrate, in it's experience. Images provided courtesy of A-S:L.