Begbroke Science Park – Phase 1

Begbroke Hill, Begbroke, Oxfordshire OX15

Design and construction of two Class B1(b) laboratory enabled buildings at Begbroke Science Park, forming a new academic building for the University of Oxford and a commercial building for tenanted research space. The works also included the construction of a new car park (414 spaces) serving the whole of the science park.

Our Services: Due Diligence, Fund Monitoring
Client: Legal & General
Contract Value: £60m
Contract Period: 2 year 4 months
Contract Type: JCT  Design & Build 2016

The work was carried out in partnership with the University of Oxford and Legal & General to increase the capacity of the campus by 12,500sqm or approximately 500 people in two buildings, and is the first phase of a larger masterplan for the campus.

Both buildings now contain state-of-the-art research spaces to ensure that innovative research takes places across the campus for years to come. They have been constructed to highly sustainable standards, including requirements of BREEAM Excellent, WELL Gold, EPC A, LETI guidelines and Passivhaus principles. Mace also aims to reduce the carbon sequestered in the construction of the buildings and has incorporated GBS concrete, prefabrication etc. in the works to reduce carbon emissions as much as possible.


For more information on this scheme, or to discuss working with us, please contact Aaron Baker (Director).

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