Property and construction consultancy Ingleton Wood has announced a move to larger premises in Witney, Oxfordshire to support the firm’s growth.

The new office at Thorney Leys Business Park will accommodate its increasing workforce needed to meet increasing demand for its services over the last three years.

It offers full design services as well as separate commissions for design and project management, mechanical and electrical (M&E) services and structural engineering.

Peter Webb, director of building services engineering, who oversees the firm’s development across the region, said: “Moving into our new office is an exciting step for our growing team and enhances our capacity to grow to suit both our new and repeat client base across Oxfordshire and surrounding areas.

“We are providing multi-disciplinary services to support private and public organisations, helping to design, create and project manage high-quality, energy-efficient and eco-friendly buildings.

“These are exciting times for Ingleton Wood as we build on the foundations laid over the last three years to support our growth plans and strengthen our commitment to play a leading role in developing a sustainable built environment across the region.”

The practice recently appointed Shawn Galliers as director of sustainability to lead the expansion of a new specialist sustainability team with ambitions of creating a recognised Centre of Excellence at the new office.

Senior partner Laura Mansel-Thomas said: “There is a lot of exciting potential in the built environment across Oxfordshire and our new office will enable us to strengthen our presence and embrace new opportunities across all sectors, whilst attracting new talent and continuing to deliver high-quality multi-disciplinary service for our clients.”

Recent projects by Ingleton Wood include the £11 million regeneration of the Grade II-listed Carriage Works in Swindon, English Heritage Building Carbon Reduction Programme, Linmere Farmstead residential community scheme in Bedfordshire and the revamped £2m Malvern Splash Leisure Centre.

Oxfordshire projects include the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory campus at the Harwell Campus and a heritage project at the historic St Mary’s Church in Bloxham.

Image (L-R): Peter Webb, Laura Mansel-Thomas and Shawn Galliers.

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