Broadway Cinema – Refurbishment & Alterations
Broadway is one of the country's leading independent cinemas and creative media centres. This refurbishment and alterations project involved the cinema securing Arts Council NPO funding to create a space where the digital and creative industries can collaborate together to drive skill development, employment opportunities and subsequently economic growth.
Broadway Cinema, Nottingham
Ground floor refurbishment & alteration
Leonard Design Architects
- Project Manager
- Key Features
• New modern learning spaces
• Full wheelchair access
• LED lighting systems
• External facade cleaning
Broadway is one of the country’s leading independent cinemas and creative media centres.
This refurbishment and alterations project involved the cinema securing Arts Council NPO funding to create a space where the digital and creative industries can collaborate together to drive skill development, employment opportunities and subsequently economic growth. The project was designed to provide an open environment which champions collaboration, innovation and experiment.
J Tomlinson's Solutions
J Tomlinson began work on the project for Broadway following a successful tender, which involved a complete ground floor alteration and refurbishment of previously unused back of house areas.
The project involved the amalgamation of existing spaces; this included a strip out, internal demolition of existing walls, glazing installations, including wheelchair friendly doors. New ventilations, ceilings and efficient lighting systems throughout and was completed with external landscaping, and external façade cleaning.
Subsequently, it has been transformed into a new creative environment, with learning spaces, including a library and study area. A workshop space for industry and student creatives and an additional group work room, all with blackout capability, complete these collaborative working spaces and multifunctional zones, promoting open working environments.
WIDELY RECOGNISED PROJECT – following completion, the project was shortlisted for two RICS (East Midlands) awards – ‘Community Benefit’ and ‘Tourism and Leisure’
ENHANCED AESTHETICS – the building rear now boasts greatly improved asthetics, thanks to its new entrance and York stone paving
DISABLED ACCESS – the cinema now offers full-disabled access throughout the ground floor
REFRESHED LOOK – the renovated storefront and a new pop-up shop completes the refreshed look of the external facade, whilst providing another outlet for visitors
ON-TIME AND IN-BUDGET DELIVERY – J Tomlinson worked with its established supply chain and network, and managed a carefully-structured programme, in order to ensure the project was completed on time and within budget