Osborne and BNJC Celebrate the Completion of Project Renaissance in Hove

In February we achieved Practical Completion at Project Renaissance.

Our fantastic project team, led by Project Director Jim McCormick, have worked closely with BNJC (Brighton & Hove Jewish Community), their consultants, our designers and supply chain. Together we have captured our client’s original intent and brief. We have created a culturally sensitive multi-functional space to be used as a focal point for the Jewish community in Brighton and Hove.

With a GIA of over 8,400m2, these beautifully designed and sympathetically crafted new buildings provide the community with a Synagogue, Mikveh, Townhouses, Apartments, Gym, Café, Kitchen, Event Space, Offices, Nursery space and classrooms.

We are delighted to see the project handed over and now in full operation, being used for its intended purpose. Residents have moved in, and the function room has hosted private functions. We welcomed the Brighton and Hove Hebrew Congregation Synagogue to their first service.

Marc Sugarman, CEO of BNJC said: “The team, under the leadership of Jim, has done a superb job. We should all be proud of the end result – the love, care, detail and quality is evident in what we have built.”

Mike Smedley, Managing Director said: “I would like to extend my congratulation and thanks to the Renaissance Team for delivering this remarkable project. By working in a truly collaborative manner with our client, the Bloom Foundation, and our supply chain partners – throughout Covid and Brexit -we have created an inspiring community space that will serve the needs of the Jewish community for generations to come.”