Fitting finale to £30m Oxford project as King Charles opens Levine Building
King Charles III (at the time, Prince of Wales) marked the end of a memorable project for our Oxford team when he congratulated them on delivering the £30m Levine Building on time and on budget at its prestigious opening ceremony.
Led by Richard Todd (pictured below meeting the King alongside Project Manager David Jobbins), our team took the project through the planning process and the detailed design, procurement, construction and handover phases of the scheme.
The King paid tribute to Oxford University’s “vital” role in creating a Covid-19 vaccine as he unveiled the impressive building in our client Trinity College’s picturesque grounds.
He was welcomed by the college’s President, Dame Hilary Boulding; Chancellor of the University of Oxford, Lord Patten; Oxfordshire Lord-Lieutenant Marjorie Glasgow BEM and Oxford’s Lord Mayor Mark Lygo, who showed him around the grounds before the ceremony.