Our vast experience ranges from prestigious corporate headquarters for multi-national organisations, international banks and government agencies, to multi-tenancy office developments and fit-outs for a range of different tenants from global corporates to individual organisations.

Commercial offices
Cundall has long term relationships with funders, developers and large portfolio owners. Our work with these clients involves major new speculative office buildings, sensitive and sustainable refurbishments and joint ventures with corporate pre-lets. Our experience includes building types such as new buildings, heritage and listed buildings, to 1960’s unloved projects, with all levels of intervention. Our team combines multi-disciplinary skills and experience to integrate the right engineering and fit-out components. We take the time to find out exactly what you are looking for, from the level of sustainability you require to the degree of flexibility and resilience you need in your systems. Then, we will consult you at every stage to ensure our designs match your aspirations, requirements and budget.

Corporate office fit-outs
Cundall works alongside the principal corporate architects, and corporate occupiers across the globe to design up-to-date workspace solutions, combining style and functionality with value and efficiency. We are on a number of corporate frameworks and with our global spread, are able to work for organisations in order to meet their engineering needs in their offices across the world. Our engineers understand what tenants want and expect from their workplace, so you can be confident that your buildings and their environment will perform well, be flexible, reliable, space-efficient and cost-effective to maintain. Cundall ensures we are completely up-to-date with the latest thinking on the subject through seminars and visits to CoreNet and the British Council for Offices (BCO), alongside our framework clients and consultants.


Commercial offices: Paul Kenyon, Peter StocksMichael Gosling
Corporate office fit-outs: Kevin Hayes