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Mark Burnaby-Davies
Associate

BSc(Hons) | PG DipArch | RIBA

Mark applies enthusiasm and rigour equally to all project stages - from concept work through to construction - and is adept at coordinating large project teams, especially projects that require close collaborative working. He is currently leading CZWG’s design team responsible for delivering Oaklands, the first major development to be approved by the Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation (OPDC) at Old Oak Common. He also led design and construction teams through the concept stages and ultimately delivery of the Southampton New Arts Complex, a role he had since the project's inception.

Mark has worked extensively in the residential and commercial sectors. He has developed and submitted many successful planning applications including East India Dock Road in Blackwall, Drayton Park and 295 Holloway Road, a hotel scheme on Holloway Road in Islington. His notable built schemes include VizioN7, part of the Arsenal ‘On the Move’ regeneration masterplan and the Miller Building office development in Edinburgh.

Mark is a key member of CZWG's focus group driving our Social Value strategy. He also shares practice responsibilities for the continual improvement of quality management procedures for design and technical reviews and has helped to develop best-practice design guides aimed at increasing the quality and accuracy of CZWG's work. Mark studied architecture at the University of East London.

Mark Burnaby-Davies
Associate

BSc(Hons) | PG DipArch | RIBA

 

Mark applies enthusiasm and rigour equally to all project stages - from concept work through to construction - and is adept at coordinating large project teams, especially projects that require close collaborative working. He is currently leading CZWG’s design team responsible for delivering Oaklands, the first major development to be approved by the Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation (OPDC) at Old Oak Common. He also led design and construction teams through the concept stages and ultimately delivery of the Southampton New Arts Complex, a role he had since the project's inception.

Mark has worked extensively in the residential and commercial sectors. He has developed and submitted many successful planning applications including East India Dock Road in Blackwall, Drayton Park and 295 Holloway Road, a hotel scheme on Holloway Road in Islington. His notable built schemes include VizioN7, part of the Arsenal ‘On the Move’ regeneration masterplan and the Miller Building office development in Edinburgh.

Mark is a key member of CZWG's focus group driving our Social Value strategy. He also shares practice responsibilities for the continual improvement of quality management procedures for design and technical reviews and has helped to develop best-practice design guides aimed at increasing the quality and accuracy of CZWG's work. Mark studied architecture at the University of East London.

 

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