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AJ120 #=88: CPMG Architects

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28 employed architects, 29% female architects, =100th position in 2014

CPMG has recently restructured into a number of design groups in response to the growth it achieved of 30 per cent in 2014. These new groups include interior design and visualisation. The practice, which is strongly represented in the commercial, higher and further education, industrial, schools, leisure, residential and healthcare sectors, wants to maintain and extend this scope of work. For the future, it says that it sees the main challenge as being ‘to maintain its healthy workload in the public sector, reacting quickly to any changes in the post-election landscape’. Its forecast is optimistic, seeing this as an ‘opportunity to secure work from new clients in the private sector, while continuing to maintain a strong balance of repeat business from existing clients.’

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