Commercial and Mixed Use
We have delivered landmark commercial and mixed use projects throughout the UK, creating places people feel proud to work in, excited to shop in and public realm spaces people can relax and unwind in.
To deliver these complex projects, which are typically located in bustling city locations surrounded by businesses, homes and transport networks, we draw on all our experience.
We create a partnership with our clients, design teams and supply chain, to fuse new technologies with our digital engineering and DfMA expertise to deliver inspiring places and programme certainty.
Our commercial and mixed-use projects incorporate many of the product sets manufactured off site at our Centre of Excellence for Modern Construction. This means we can design and construct buildings that deliver our clients' key drivers of aesthetics, affordability, programme, quality and the reduction of embedded carbon.
We have delivered some landmark developments across the UK - the Leadenhall Building, Leeds Trinity, Two St Peters Square, Oxford Westgate, Clarges, Edinburgh St James and the Brunel Building. Using our integrated model and engineering capabilities we offer our clients technical solutions that assure certainty of delivery and enable them to maximise their return on investment. The commercial and mixed use sector is adapting at pace to new and evolving environmental and market requirements. We are well positioned to help clients navigate these challenges and deliver the certainty they need.
Meet our commercial and mixed use sector specialists
Tom is our commercial and mixed-use sector specialist in the UK. A civil engineer with global experience in the project delivery of iconic developments across a range of sectors, Tom’s portfolio includes the Francis Crick Institute in London, Nepean Hospital, New South Wales and Townsville Shopping Centre in Queensland, Australia. Tom has harnessed his project delivery expertise and has most recently been working on Design for Manufacture and Assembly product deployment and on our strategic relationships with repeat clients, including the preconstruction phases of Baker Street, a commercial, retail and residential mixed use development for Derwent London and One Wood Crescent, a commercial development for Stanhope, both in central London.
As sector specialist Tom engages with clients, consultants and development managers to demonstrate the benefits of our integrated model and our track record of delivering iconic, complex, high quality sustainable developments.
With extensive public and private sector experience, Jeremy has held client and market leadership roles across Australian building and infrastructure markets for over 25 years. With a background in metropolitan planning and policy and a passion for shaping a better built environment, Jeremy is well placed to guide our clients delivering complex building and infrastructure projects.