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Delivering a long-term vision

GRAHAM Construction appointed for Oxford Brookes University's £130m estate investment plan

Posted by Stephanie Broad | May 18, 2016 | Bricks & mortar

Oxford Brookes University has appointed GRAHAM Construction to its new major works framework to support the delivery of its £130m ten-year estate investment plan.

Facilities will be upgraded on all of Oxford Brookes’ campuses to help deliver the university’s long-term vision. The framework panel will deliver all projects worth over £5m with a total value of £65m over the next four years.

Rob Joyce, GRAHAM Construction’s London office director, said: “We are looking forward to drawing on our broad range of experience from across the higher education sector to help deliver Oxford Brookes University’s estate investment plan. This appointment takes us a step further towards providing sector-leading facilities on a world-class campus, which will enable the University to achieve its long-term vision.”  

Oxford Brookes’ estate investment plan, Space to Think, is based on campus redevelopment through stakeholder engagement. The university has worked with students to ensure the building meets their requirements, as well as with staff and local residents to keep all stakeholders informed.

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