Over the course of his career, James has procured over £5bn of construction work.  Every scheme has been delivered without fail. That’s some track record.

James knows how to deliver a vision, whether that takes the form of the David Attenborough Building with its own living wall, or the headquarters of one of the largest international exam groups, Cambridge Assessment. Not only does his work benefit the city of Cambridge, but it leads to lasting innovation across the globe. 

Cambridge is known for pioneering research and many of the projects James has worked on are heavily involved in producing ground-breaking solutions. The University of Cambridge’s West Cambridge site has created endless opportunities for the Cambridge Cluster and facilitated the constant growth of the science and technology sector within Cambridge.  

Knowing that he has helped to bring this work into fruition through the development of the buildings is what he loves about his work. 

The constantly evolving nature of the industry enables James to be creative in his approach to building consultancy. Driven and committed to his clients, he provides advice that will enable your development to lead the way in its design, but also through the work you carry out. 

James has proved to be an excellent project manager keeping all involved focused on delivering to time, quality and budget and meeting our requirements as the client. He thinks ahead, is proactive, keeps a firm grasp on all aspects of the project and communicates continually.
Madeline Atkins - Lucy Cavendish College



Built Environment

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Project Management

Seamless project delivery in the UK’s most innovative cities

Botanic Place, Cambridge

The client’s initial objective was to assemble the whole of the Botanic Place site whilst maintaining an acceptable income return.

Botanic Place Development

Buildings 1 and 2, Cambridge Science Park

This project was the final part of the large-scale revitalisation of the Cambridge Science Park, a commercial space designed to facilitate and encourage the growth of high-tech and life science companies by students and graduates.

Building 1 and 2, TusPark, CSP 2

Buildings 1 & 2, Cambridge Science Park

This landmark £200m joint venture with China’s largest science park owner-operator, TusPark, has created 380,000 sq ft of research space and the park’s first bio-incubator, providing the catalyst for the next phase of research and discovery at the 50-year-old science park.

Building 1 and 2, TusPark, CSP 16

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