Our extra-care dementia friendly development has been given the green light.
We are delighted that Baker Place has been shortlisted for the 2020 RIBA Awards.
Planning consent has been granted for three new major developments in Greengate.
Our proposals for an extra-care facility on Arrow Street Salford have been submitted for planning approval.
Technical Journal produced by Focchi
OMI hold onto the Insider North West 'Architect of the Year' Award for a second year running.
Proposed scheme approved by Salford City Council’s Planning Committee.
Transforming a cold and leaking post-war warehouse into a major new base for a homeless charity in Manchester.
We have recently been looking at different ways to create communities within the city. These ideas aim create a village feel, with different scales...
Our proposals to refurbish and expand the existing facilities at Manresa House, Birmingham for The Jesuits have been submitted for Planning Approval.
Happy Christmas from all at OMI....
Plans to restore and convert the former ‘Tatton Arms’ public house, Northenden, have been submitted for planning.
Director Andy James presented OMI's approach at the FBE breakfast event 'Out with the New, In with the Old'.
Associate Stuart McGrath presented a case study of our Baker Place scheme at the Manchester Brick Works event.
Our proposals have been submitted to Salford City Council.
A public consultation event has been held on our proposals for One Heritage Tower. The 55-storey tower in Greengate, Salford is made up of...
A lively debate in the lecture theatre at the Victoria and Albert Museum.
Our Fourways project situated in Manchester’s Northern Quarter has received planning approval from Manchester City Council. The refurbishment of the 59,000 sq ft Grade...
Our designs for Egerton Village have been given the go-ahead by Wirral Council, the latest project to be given planning consent at Peel L&P’s...
Archaeological excavations have been undertaken in the grounds of The Old Library in partnership with the Community Archaeology Team from the Museum of Liverpool....
OMI have two projects in the 2019 Brick Awards Shortlist
Band on the Wall have secured funding to expand their Northern Quarter venue.
OMI Win RIBA North West Award
OMI is delighted to be able to sponsor and support the Placed Academy initiative.
OMI are delighted to have been selected to refurbish and expand the existing facilities at Manresa House, Birmingham for The Jesuits. The project involves...
Our 100% affordable housing development in Gorton Manchester has been granted planning approval. The development comprises 13 two-storey houses and 102 apartments with car...
Trinity Manchester has been officially launched to a gathering of industry professionals and business executives.
Plans to redevelop Rochdale’s Greater Manchester Fire Service Museum are moving forward.
Our Lower Hillmorton supported residential development has recently completed.
OMI selected as part of Curtin's specialist design and delivery team.
Mustard Tree Shortlisted
Brick Awards 2019
National Lottery Heritage Funding Approved
Egerton Village submitted for planning
Greater Manchester Fire Service Museum gets planning approval
Wellington Rooms, Liverpool
Greater Manchester Fire Service Museum submitted for HLF stage 2 funding
Birtenshaw School submitted for planning
31 Booth Street shortlisted for a northern BCO award
Trinity Court transformation granted approval
Manchester Central 16-17 November
PLANS APPROVED FOR £3.5M EXPANSION OF BAND ON THE WALL Plans Approved for £3.5m expansion of Band on the Wall
Work reaches level 26 of 44
OMI selected for Rochdale Fire Station transformation
OMI shortlisted to develop Prescot Market Place proposals
BEHIND THE SCENES AT OMI
One Greengate makes the list of the 10 best Manchester buildings in the last 10 years
OMI WIN WIRRAL WATERS ‘POP UP’ VILLAGE COMPETITION OMI win Wirral Waters 'pop up' village competition
31 Booth Street Office Transformation
2-4 Chester Road
INSIDER PROPERTY AWARDS 2017
Insider North West residential property awards
The Carnegie Community Hub
2-4 CHESTER ROAD
Saddleworth Museum, Uppermill
Carnegie Community Hub, Liverpool
British Commercial Vehicle Museum
Gore Street achieves planning approval