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CPW opens Oxford office

CPW’s Oxford team of (left to right) Ed Gardiner, Jonathan Pollard, Carl Standley and Phil Softley

CPWs Oxford team of (left to right) Ed Gardiner, Jonathan Pollard, Carl Standley and Phil Softley

CPW has opened a fresh office in Oxford on the trunk of several project wins and positions on major university frameworks.

The brand new office on Woodstock Road, near to the University Science District is led by director Carl Standley and associate director Jonathan Pollard.

The brand new office will undoubtedly be focusing on the brand new Institute of Global Health for the University of Oxford, a decarbonisation study for St Johns College and an expert workshop building and teaching block at Oxford Brookes Universitys Headington Hill site. CPW also advises the neighborhood NHS because of its Churchill and John Radcliffe sites.

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Director Carl Standley said: Having always had a solid link with Oxfordshire when it comes to well-established clients and businesses in the construction industry, we were delighted to secure positions on the University of Oxfords capital projects and carbon reduction frameworks. Strengthening relationships during the last 2 yrs, through some testing economic periods, meant that another natural step was to produce a full commitment to the spot with a fresh base here.

He added: We pride ourselves on our capability to design inherently low energy buildings, so our focus has gone to support the citys need to reduce carbon emissions. Our in-house innovations team also offers the opportunity to address problems with existing buildings using thermographic imaging cameras, heat flux monitors and dynamic energy modelling software. Our clients have set ambitious net zero carbon targets, which we plan to help them achieve through intensive decarbonisation studies and masterplans.

CPWs other UK offices come in Bristol, Derby, Huntingdon, Leeds, Leicester, London, Manchester, Nottingham and Solihull. In addition, it has satellite offices in Poland and India.

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