A SOUTHAMPTON-BASED architects and master-planners is celebrating the completion of three major projects on land, sea and air worth a total of more than £10 million.

Boyle and Summers have seen the completion of the Meridien Modena's Ferrari service centre at Hounsdown Business Park, in Totton worth £2 million, the new £4 million Business Hangars development overlooking the historic Daedalus Airfield at Lee-on-Solent, and the new £4.5 million clubhouse for Parkstone Yacht Club in Poole.

The project at Daedalus, now Solent Airport, consisted of six aircraft hangars with associated car parking and landscaping.

Director Tony Boyle said: “It has been a great experience working with Fareham Borough Council to realise this part of the Daedalus vision and with contractors Knights Brown, who helped deliver this excellent project”.

Large, framed display windows allow the building to showcase the aircraft within, while illuminated large numbering and letters act as key features easily seen on approach. Coloured profiled aluminium panels clearly define each individual hangar but allow the building to read as one. The undulating wavy form of the roof helps define each unit, mitigating the impact of the 200m long building.

The team are currently working on another aviation site – designing a new flight training centre for the next generation of commercial pilots and trainee pilot accommodation block at Gloucestershire Airport.

Boyle and Summers employ a full time team of 13 qualified architects, urban designers and technologists. They currently have over 30 live projects located from Cornwall to Kent.