Bouygues UK has completed the construction of Cambridge’s biggest office complex: a new international headquarters for Cambridge Assessment, known as The Triangle. The five-storey office building and 39-metre tower have transformed a brownfield site previously occupied by Cambridge University Press. The new building is set around a courtyard and includes extensive green spaces, with three podium gardens.
Commenting on the project, Fabienne Viala, Chairman of Bouygues UK, said: “Designed by Eric Parry Architects to be contemporary but with sensitivity to the neighbouring conservation area and surrounding buildings, The Triangle, with its striking tower, has created a new landmark when approaching Cambridge from the South. With public art by Vong Phaophanit and Claire Oboussier for the entrance and the tower, The Triangle will be a truly inspirational workplace and it is exciting to have brought these ambitious plans to life.”