Water Sciences at Cranfield University

Following on from the successful completion of the AIRC facility at Cranfield University CPMG has secured its second project at the university through a competitive design tender. The new Water Sciences Building will extend and remodel the existing Building 52 and occupy a prominent location along the new campus autonomous vehicle boulevard. Supported by UKCRIC (The UK Collaboratorium for Research in Infrastructure and Cities) the project will enhance an existing suite of industrial-scale test facilities for the Water Sciences faculty and will create a full scale cut-away of wastewater, water, and storm water treatment and conveyance systems.

The first phase is programmed for planning submission shortly.

We are proud to continue our involvement at Cranfield and to be working with a design team that comprises of Curry and Brown as Project Manager, Gardiner Theobald as Quantity Surveyor, Curtins as Structural Engineers and CPW as the Services Engineer.