GWPA Appointed on Welsh Jewish Heritage Centre Project

GWP Architecture are delighted to have been appointed for another Heritage Restoration and Renewal project In South Wales for this imposing Grade II listed building – support, as part of the MDT approach to gwpa will be from Hydrock and Mann Williams Consulting Civil and Structural Engineers.

The Foundation for Jewish Heritage has announced the appointment of GWP Architecture as the Lead Architect for the Merthyr Tydfil Synagogue Project, and the creation of the Welsh Jewish Heritage Centre. GWPA has extensive experience with the design and development of heritage sites and cultural facilities, and the regeneration of historic buildings, and have recently completed work on the new Penderyn Whisky Distillery and Visitor Centre in Swansea. They bring creativity, understanding and passion to the Project as it starts to take shape.

Richard Townend, Director of GWPA, said, ““We are delighted to be appointed to assist the Foundation for Jewish Heritage to take forward their plans for the Merthyr Tydfil Synagogue site, to bring back to life this special Grade II listed building, rich in heritage; a project which will sit alongside the other heritage-led projects that GWPA are currently involved with across South Wales.”



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