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Edmond Shipway relocates to new Lace Market office

Edmond Shipway relocates to new Lace Market office

THE construction consultancy behind some of the UK’s most unique projects, Edmond Shipway, has relocated its Nottingham office.


The award-winning practice has relocated its Nottingham operations to an open plan space at 1 Broadway in the Lace Market, after 18 years on Phoenix Park, facilitated by FHP Property Consultants.

Dealing with more than £600m of construction activity every year and working with national and international household name clients, some of Edmond Shipway’s best-known work includes numerous projects for the Nottinghamshire-headquartered Center Parcs over the course of two decades. The firm also works with well-known brands including IHG, Marriott, Moto, McCarthy Stone, Westfield, Coventry Building Society, The Hut Group and Hilton.

James Richards, director at Edmond Shipway’s Nottingham office, said:

“We have enjoyed many happy years on Millennium Way, but we are very pleased to be making the move to NG1 for 2021 with our new home at the heart of the Lace Market.

“It’s an exciting time to take a central place in the local business community as we are emerging from the coronavirus pandemic – especially as such a transformational change is taking place in the city. Our people are our most important asset, and we are very much looking forward to welcoming the team into this new space, from which we can continue to deliver our innovative and creative solutions, which challenge the norm and make change happen.”

The move marks an important change for the firm, which was named on the Sunday Times 100 Best Small Companies to Work For list in 2020 thanks to its high standards of workplace and employee engagement.

Associate director James Archer added:

“We are a relationship-driven business and are incredibly passionate about building long-standing and meaningful connections with our colleagues and clients alike, and this new central seat in Nottingham will position us perfectly to do this in the region, as well as the wider country thanks to the excellent transport links on our doorstep.

“After a year of remote working, we are very much looking forward to welcoming the team back not just to our working environment, but to a new and flexible approach to working that will support us to add value to all of our clients’ projects through our four core services.”

Mark Tomlinson, director at FHP Property Consultants, said:

“Edmond Shipway was quick off the mark in seeking a solution for its changing office requirements for the future. Initial plans were put together in 2020 during lockdown to source new premises that better suit the needs of the business going forwards. We are delighted to have simultaneously secured a suitable exit on the Phoenix Business Park property and to have secured this new office setting, which provides one of the best quality spaces in The Lace Market.”

Edmond Shipway’s four core services – cost consultancy, project management, M&E and sustainability consultancy – allow the practice to add value to all of its projects, and its specialist teams focus on individual markets to deliver industry-leading expertise and maximise efficiencies and results for clients.

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