BMJ founder George Boswell used his design skills on more than just public buildings in the Glasgow area. In the 1920s, he put his creative mind to work to design his own home near the town of Kilbarchan, Renfrewshire.
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BMJ has established itself as an expert in healthcare design, and this reputation began with the completion of its first big healthcare project, the Dumfries & Galloway Royal Infirmary, in 1975.
In the years following World War II, BMJ saw its business boom, and the practice began work on landmark expansive projects.
An educational institution in Glasgow, Hutchesons Grammar School was originally opened more than 400 years ago as a school to teach orphaned boys.
BMJ won an open design competition to create a project at Dunoon, which has brought such acts as Pink Floyd, Blur and the Red Hot Chili Pipers to the town.
BMJ Architects began work on the Queenslie Industrial Estate in 1945, and continued developing the area for nearly 40 years.
An early high-profile project for BMJ founder George Boswell was designing an extension for Templetons Carpet Factory in Glasgow.
One of BMJs most high-profile projects of the 1990s was its work on the Alexander Gibson Opera School at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music & Drama (RSAMD).
In 1988, BMJ won a prestigious design competition to work as consultant architects for the design and build of Glasgows famous Bells Bridge.
In 1963, BMJ began work on one of Glasgows largest new housing developments at Pollokshaws.