Richard
Todd

richard todd
Partner, Project Management

Richard has over ten years' experience in the construction industry and is delighted to have taken over the role of Regional lead in Oxford. Since 2009 he has dedicated his time to the University of Oxford and Oxford Colleges.

Richard joined as partner in the Oxford Office in April 2015 and has an excellent reputation for successfully delivering projects and providing clients with a dedicated and considerate service above and beyond the normal expected standards.

He is committed and believes in communicating with all project stakeholders to test and challenge the brief and deliver a building which exceeds the expectations of all those involved.

  • University of Oxford, New Mathematical Institute

Delivery of the University of Oxford’s largest capital project for 100 years. Richard led the delivery of the 20,000m² new facility designed by Rafael Vinoly Architects resulting in a project that was handed over below budget and received a national gold CSCS Award. The project was awarded a BREEAM Excellent Award

  • Centre for Life and Mind Sciences, University of Oxford

Richard was appointed in early 2018 to support the University and manage the Asbestos Removal and Demolition of a 30,000m2 building in the heart of the science area. He has been re-appointed as part of the project delivery team seeking to implement a Centre for Life and Mind Sciences which sees the Departments of Experimental Psychology, Zoology and Plant Sciences come together in one new £200m building in the heart of the city centre. The building will feature offices and laboratories and is set to break ground given its objective of designing to Passivhaus Standards.

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