Beard marks 125th anniversary with new Bristol office opening

Our Bristol team, which is currently building the SS Great Britain’s new £7.2 million Being Brunel museum and visitor experience in the city’s historic dockyard, has marked the end of our 125th year of business with the official opening of a new 5,882 sq ft Bristol office at 109 Pembroke Road in Clifton.

Langford Lodge, a Victorian building previously occupied by international management and construction consultants Gleeds, was acquired by our company two years ago and completely refurbished into state-of-the-art office space with onsite parking facilities. Close to Bristol city centre and the M4/M5 motorway network, the new premises offer a more central base for our Bristol operations which were previously north of the city in Westbury-on-Trym.

“Our move to Clifton is an important one for us all at Beard as we celebrate our 125th business anniversary,” says regional director Mike Hedges. “It’s a fabulous building in a superb location which we’re really excited about. Langford Lodge not only gives us a larger and more flexible workspace, it brings us closer to our clients, consultants and projects. Putting down firm roots in the city also extends our customer reach and operational capability in Bristol and the South West.”

Established in 1892, our company has offices in Bristol, Swindon, Oxford and Guildford. Our Bristol office undertakes design and build, new build, restoration and refurbishment projects, including complex schemes for public and private sector organisations ranging from local authorities, schools and universities, to leisure, commercial and industrial schemes.

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