Gilbert-Ash marked its recent growth by unveiling a collaborative As One exhibition at an event at The MAC, Belfast.
Attended by over 150 high profile guests from the across the design and construction industry, the considered collection celebrates twenty three iconic projects. Employees, partners and industry stakeholders from across Northern Ireland joined Gilbert-Ash at the Belfast unveiling.
The exhibition has been designed to represent how Gilbert-Ash has grown significantly in this time as a result of its unique collaborative approach working with its team, partners and clients to create landmark buildings around the world.
Selected and interpreted by Hugh Mulholland, one of the UK and Ireland’s leading visual art curators and currently Senior Curator of The MAC (Metropolitan Arts Centre) in Belfast, the imagery includes recent, high-profile projects. These include the Cambridge Mosque, stand-out Royal College of Pathologists headquarters, the award-winning City of London Freemen’s School swimming pool and the stunning new build of the renowned Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts.
Speaking at the event, Managing Director, Ray Hutchinson also revealed plans to invest in new £5m headquarters in Belfast with work already underway on the prestigious new facilities close to its current offices in Boucher Road in the city.