Murphy Geospatial Expand Offering With Innovative New Office in Birmingham
With the arrival of spring, comes some incredibly exciting news from Murphy Geospatial: we’re expanding our offering with a brand new office in Birmingham. Designed to close the gap between our London and Manchester bases, this is the next step on our journey to deliver Geospatial Certainty.
Tim Faulkner has been appointed Head of Department and will drive this bold move. Tim has been developing clients and managing surveys across Birmingham, the Midlands, and beyond for the last decade. As an active part of the survey industry for over 18 years, he’s equipped with the knowledge, expertise and experience to lead our expansion. As well as leading the new office opening, Tim seeks to add some new team members to the Murphy Geospatial family. Please see our recruitment page for current opportunities.
With Birmingham’s economy predicted to recover quickly from the pandemic with an annual GVA growth of 7.1% in 2021, the area has plenty of opportunities to offer as we move through 2022. As a company, we recognise the world-leading infrastructure and development projects emerging from Birmingham and acknowledge the potential for technology advancement. Since we’ve already secured considerable contracts throughout the Birmingham region, opening an office in the city seems like a natural next step for growth.
We’ve worked on several transformative projects in recent years and plan to continue this pattern with Tim Faulkner at the helm of our Midlands ship. As well as our topographical, structural monitoring and subsurface survey work at Curzon Street Station, we have contributed to multiple sublots for HS2 and the St Joseph’s residential development, Glasswater Locks.
The new office is based at Trinity Point, New Road, Halesowen, B63 3HY. The whole company is buzzing with the news, and we can’t wait to see where this memorable moment takes us.