The Cambridge office was established in 2004 in response to a growing number of projects in the pharmaceutical and higher educational sectors within Hertfordshire and Cambridgeshire regions.
Since then the Cambridge office has continued to grow and is now a significant player in the South East, focusing on higher and further education sector, schools, healthcare, laboratories, commercial, heritage, residential and infrastructure projects. The office is now providing designs that go beyond the norm when it comes to sustainability with a number of true zero carbon and BREEAM Outstanding projects underway.
University of Hertfordshire, University College London, University of Essex, University of Bedfordshire, Moulton College, Bedford College, Barnfield College, Harlow College, Wellingborough Homes, James Paget Hospital, Nottingham City Hospital, Royal Marsden Hospital, British Red Cross, Harlow College.
“Despite the difficult economic climate, the Cambridge business has continued to grow and develop. This success is due to the team’s enthusiasm and hands on approach during the design and also during construction and occupation, where it really matters. We have also diversified and are now routinely working in many construction sectors which is broadening our knowledge and making the job so much more interesting. We are now beginning to see a bigger push from our clients to reduce carbon emissions well beyond that required by legislation. I really think that this will be a key driver for projects in 2013 and with our team of Low Carbon, BREEAM and PassivHaus consultants we’re in a great place to rise to this challenge.”
Dave Gambell, director, CPW Cambridge