Mott MacDonald moves to new space in centre of Sheffield

14 June 2017 Consultancy.uk

Mott MacDonald, an engineering, management and development consultancy, is moving to a new office space in Sheffield. The state-of-the-art locale provides improved standards in building energy efficiency for the company, and following recent renovation is able to support more than 200 of the firm’s staff while offering more room for industry events.

Mott MacDonald have announced staff at the firm’s Sheffield practice are set to move into a new office at Derwent House, in the heart of the city. The building has recently undergone significant refurbishment, bringing the facility in line with current standards in office building efficiency. The office additionally offers substantial, secure cycle parking and changing facilities, and is well located for public transport.

The move sees the engineering and consulting firm, which has had an 80-year presence in Sheffield, move into a space that is able to house 200 of its staff in the region. The new facilities offer a range of benefits to its staff and clients – including flexible working and collaborative spaces, meeting rooms and IT equipment.

Mott MacDonald moves to new building in Sheffield

Mott MacDonald recently won contracts to preside over a number of lucrative projects in the region, including the Lower Don flood alleviation scheme for Sheffield City Council, the landmark £120 million Glassworks Retail and Leisure scheme for Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council, and developments at the National College for Nuclear in Cumbria.

Commenting on the new office space, John Bowes, Mott MacDonald’s office lead for Sheffield, said, “We’re excited to be boosting our presence in Sheffield. By strategically placing ourselves in the heart of the city centre we will be able to better support our clients throughout the north of England. We will also be able to utilise our modern space to host industry events and talks from the likes of the Institution of Civil Engineers and the Institution of Structural Engineers.”

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