Ingleton Wood has risen 25 places in Building magazine’s Top 150 consultants’ list to number 48. Last year, we were positioned at number 73.
Building magazine compiles its list annually and it has become a prestigious league table for the industry’s largest consultants. It lists the top 150 architects, engineers, surveyors and project managers in the UK ranked according to the number of employees, chartered staff and project fees.
Partner David Cresswell said: “We are extremely proud of the growth of our practice. Not only have we moved up 25 places, but we are now in the top 50. Yes, we are very pleased.
“This has happened in the same year that our staff numbers have expanded to 200; we saw the opening of a new office in Oxfordshire and have outgrown our London office so much that the end of 2019 will see us moving to new premises and working in a more agile way.”
He puts the success down to delivering top-quality, multi-disciplinary services for clients. In addition, over a recent 12-month period, Ingleton Wood’s architectural teams have designed more than 4,500 homes across the region for clients, many in the affordable homes sector.
We are also a key player in the education sector, providing expertise in applying for grant aid on behalf of schools from the Government-run Condition Improvement Fund, designed to allow them to improve and expand their capital assets.
We receive commissions ranging from new build and refurbishment projects to master-planning and surveying work. Ingleton Wood has a range of expertise in sectors including healthcare, housing, local authority and commercial.
We celebrate our place at 48 in the Top 150 Consultants. Partner David Cresswell (centre) is flanked by some staff members including (left to right) Rebecca Howard, James Sheldrake, Peter Webb, Muhammad Ishaq, Mark Jackson and Katrine Isaac