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We’re delighted to announce we have opened a new office in Cardiff

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by AHR


Wales is a key focus for our business strategy and our new office in Cardiff reaffirms our commitment to our clients and projects in the country.

Our new office, in Clockwise Cardiff, is led by directors Gary Overton, Karle Burford and Thomas Murphy bringing with them their combined expertise and a rich variety of sector experience.

We have been highly successful in growing our presence in Wales and have been fortunate to work on projects across all sectors including, a major regeneration project at Pentre Awel Zone 3 for Carmarthenshire Council, a new £30m Net Zero Carbon secondary school for Cardiff Council, a transformative workplace scheme at Treforest for the Department of Work and Pensions, the refurbishment of a major primary school with Cardiff Council, a number of projects with Powys Teaching Health Board, and a range of educational facilities delivered through Cardiff University’s framework.

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Our new office in Cardiff is an exciting new chapter and will allow us to grow our business in the region. We look forward to working with our existing clients, building new relationships, exploring new opportunities and continuing to deliver award-winning designs.”

Gary Overton

Director, Bristol and Cardiff office

In addition, we have an active presence on major Welsh frameworks such as South East Wales Technical and Professional Services (SEWTAPS) as multi-disc lead and Welsh Procurement Alliance (WPA).

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Our portfolio of experience also includes a number of health and wellbeing projects at Cardiff Royal Infirmary, Cross Hands Health and Wellbeing Centre and Bangor Integrated Health Centre, continuing our long-standing relationship with the ‘Building for Wales’ team.

As well as, the multi award-winning IMPACT building for Swansea University, Christ the Word, the first school in Wales designed to reflect the findings of the Donaldson report and the landmark sustainable office for Conwy County Borough Council.

Other notable highlights in the region
In recognition of our commitment to quality design, we have been appointed by the Welsh Government Land Division as a Design Guardian, working across a range of sites to provide design and technical advice on proposed developments.

Our Head of Sustainability, Director Robert Hopkins, has been awarded a Royal Academy of Engineering Visiting Professorship at Cardiff Metropolitan University for Biophilic Design and Sustainability.

Get in touch to find out more about our work in Wales, or to arrange a meeting with the team in our new space.

Posted on:

Mar 23rd 2023


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