Business Unit Director
“We’ve proudly been part of the fabric of Nottingham for over 30 years, during which time our people have continually pushed the boundaries in terms of innovation and sustainable design, and they have played leading roles in shaping health, education and housing in the region. We’re known for our practical approach sustainability in both new-build and retrofit projects, and our series of seminars on Delivering Lower Embodied Carbon Solutions is testimony to the strength of our voice and expertise in the industry.”
Wayne Howland, Business Unit Director
Our office building is accessed directly from the pavement on Stoney Street. You’ll find us on the first floor, and there is a lift providing access. Unfortunately, the lift does not have sufficient space for a wheelchair to turn and the door is in the same position on the ground and first floor. It will therefore be necessary for wheelchair users to reverse out of the lift. Our staff will be happy to assist with this as required.
If you have any further questions or would like us to help you plan your visit, please contact our team and we would be happy to support you.
Train: We are 1.1 miles from Nottingham train station
Bus: The closest bus stop is 0.2 miles away.
Tram: The Lace Market tram stop is located around 100m from our office.
Car: There is an NCP carpark location less than 50 metres away that has provisions for disabled parking.
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Business Unit Director
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