Press Release: July 17, 2019
BRISTOL –Method Consulting a specialist building services engineering and sustainability consultancy with offices in Swindon and Bristol announces the relocation of its Bristol office to larger premises.
Situated in Queens Square within the heart of Bristol’s commercial centre, the newly refurbished offices provide excellent working conditions and room for continued growth. With impressive views over Queen Square the office also provides easy access to Bristol Temple Meads Station and major motorway links.
The move comes just two years after the opening of the Bristol office and follows a period of ongoing growth and success for Method which has seen the Bristol team grow from one member of staff to 7 off the back of a succession of new wins and a growing portfolio of projects.
With increasing pressures on the construction industry to become more sustainable, (many of which are driven by international and European targets), energy efficiency and sustainability have become key drivers in the industry and Method has seen a big increase in demand for its services in the eight years since they started up. Design teams and construction companies are now increasingly relying on building services engineers to give advice on sustainability due to the greater demand for more sustainable buildings.
Matt Smith, Senior Associate in charge of the Bristol office says “Having outgrown our previous space, this move to our new office in a great location in the heart of Bristol will give us the space we need to continue our plans for expansion over the coming months and years. Thanks to all those who have supported us over the last few years and helped us to reach this position. It’s an exciting time for the team in Bristol as we settle into our new home. Please feel free to drop in and see us for a coffee in our new home in Queen Square.”
The Bristol team can now be found at Queens Quay, 33-35 Queen Street, Bristol, BS2 0EJ.
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