We make buildings work Sustainably
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We are an ambitious practice of building services consultants, with offices located in Oxford, London and Cambridge. We cover a wide range of mechanical and electrical engineering solutions specialising in sustainability, building physics and Passivhaus.
Our vision is to be a leading consultancy delivering excellence in building physics and engineering for better buildings that benefit their occupants and the environment.
Completion of numerous commercial schemes within various industries.Find Out More
From Early Years to University; schemes include new build, extension, refurbishment and remodelling.Find Out More
Creating solutions which harmonise the relationship between the occupants needs and the building’s functionality.Find Out More
Integrating sympathetic solutions to unique Heritage & Conservation projects.Find Out More
From Sports Centres, Swimming Pools and Theatres through to Community Centres.Find Out More
Working within the rail sector covering all projects from station works to signal boxes and junction lighting.Find Out More
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"This complex project was successfully completed to a demanding time deadline. The scheme was delivered to budget to extremely high standards. We are delighted with the facility in terms of overall appearance, the facilities provided and ongoing energy savings. CBG provided excellent support throughout the design stage, implementation and during a “soft landing” when the project was handed over." Senior Assistant Registrar, Department of Chemistry, University of Warwick, Chemistry Department