Cambridge building services sussex ltd

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to act as the main point of contact across a number of our key NHS Maintenance Contracts.The role is primarily in place to ensure that we deliver a quality maintenance service to our clients and will be be based predominantly from Clapham...Project Team Client: The University of Cambridge Funder: The Gatsby Charitable Foundation Strategic Project Manager: Stuart A.Johnson Consulting Ltd Project and Contract Administrator: Hannah Reed Project Management: University of Cambridge Estate Management Main Contractor: Kier Regional Architect: Stanton Williams Civil and Structural Engineer: Adams Kara Taylor Building Services Engineer: Arup Cost Consultant: Gardner & Theobald Landscape Architects: Christopher Bradley-Hole Landscape and Schoenaich Landscape Architects BREEAM Assessor: Buro Happold Ltd Key Dates Construction Start date: February 2008 Completion Date: December 2010 Date of Occupation: January 2011 Project Duration: June 2006 – January 2011 Planning phase: June 2006 – February 2008 Construction phase: February 2008 - January 2011 Cambridge Plant Science Research Excellence The University’s Department of Plant Sciences is the premier University centre for research in plant and microbial sciences.Our workforce take immense pride in the quality and efficiency of their work.Our managers are thoroughly experienced and have an in-depth knowledge of standard construction techniques, helping to ensure that our clients receive a productive and well organised service from start to finish.

With a full order book into 2019 and beyond they are looking to recruit an M&E...We have long established relationships with local Planning and Building Control authorities, where we have never failed to satisfy their requirements.We are perfectionists in everything that we create.The choice of materials displays a profound tactile sense.” Michael Bienias, Director of Estate Management for the University, said: “This marvellous and well-deserved award is testament to Stanton Williams’ design work, but also to the crucial and excellent collaborative work of the whole project team.” The building was made possible with the award of an £82 million grant from the Gatsby Foundation.This is the largest single contribution received by the University since the launch of the 800 Anniversary Campaign.

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