Spatial Initiative takes a fresh approach to the delivery of major projects for public sector and private clients.
We have developed a robust, integrated approach to projects which we call the ‘Spatial Initiative Way’.
This model relies on early client engagement to reduce risk and enhance design to allow us to create informed, sustainable and achievable project programmes.
Our expert teams draw on decades of experience and take an integrated approach to design and construction, incorporating the latest technological advances and innovations.
Public Procurement Specialists
We are public procurement specialists. We intimately understand the public procurement process; the budgetary challenges; the need for quality and innovation to achieve optimum building performance; the importance of accountability; and our obligation to make net zero carbon a reality.
Strategic Partners (Private Sector)
Our team has extensive experience working as strategic partners for privately funded projects. We work collaboratively with clients from an early stage to identify and maximise commercial opportunities. Our integrated approach allows us to draw from a range of construction solutions to address the brief.
University of Kent
The Faculty of Science at the University of Kent comprises of a number of separate schools including Bioscience, Physical Science, Engineering and Digital Arts. The faculty’s...view project
Basingstoke Consultants Suites
For Basingstoke Hospital, we designed and built an award-winning private healthcare facility comprised of a range of consultant suites and office accommodation. This cleverly...view project
Pramerica, part of Prudential Financial Inc, is the largest employer in Donegal with over 1,200 staff. This project involved building a new European headquarters for the company...view project
Leinster Rugby Centre of Excellence
The Ken Wall Centre of Excellence training facility at Leinster Rugby is located on the grounds of the Energia Park in Donnybrook, Dublin. This two storey Elite Performance...view project