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Cundall Johnston and Partners

Industry Engineering consulting
Founded 1976
Headquarters Regent Centre, Newcastle, United Kingdom
Key people
David Dryden (Managing Partner)
Website .com.cundallwww

Cundall is a multi-disciplinary engineering consultancy established in 1976[1] by Michael Burch, Rick Carr, Geoff Cundall, David Gandy and Bernard Johnston. Founded in Newcastle and Edinburgh, Cundall now has United Kingdom offices in London, Newcastle, Edinburgh, Birmingham, Belfast and Manchester, with Australian offices in Sydney, Perth, Melbourne and Adelaide; Asian offices in Hong Kong, Shanghai and Singapore; Middle East and North African (MENA) offices in Dubai, Doha, and Tripoli, and European offices in Bucharest, Paphos, Madrid and Wroclaw.[2]

In 2010 Cundall won the Sustainable Consultant of the year award at the 2010 Building Sustainability Awards, as organised by Building Magazine and in association with UK Green Building Council.[3]

Engineering & other related disciplines

The Wellcome Trust's Gibbs Building on Euston Road, London
New Vodafone Headquarters building, Newbury
The Waterside building, London
Cadbury Bournville Place, Bournville
1 Bligh Street, Sydney
The Royal Children's Hospital, Melbourne


  • The Construction Skills Cut the Carbon Award, 2013 The Building Awards.[5]
  • The open BIM Build Qatar Live, 2012 Build Qatar Live.[6]
  • The Legacy Award - Sustainability, 2012 West Midland Centre for Consulting Excellence.[7]
  • Consultancy Practice of the Year, 2012 Constructing Excellence in the North East Awards.[8]
  • Australia's Zero Carbon Sustainable house: Collaborative Future, 2012 Zero Carbon Challenge.[9]
  • Romania Green Building Council Awards, two awards:
    • Sustainable Company of the Year, 2011.[10]
    • Green Service Provider of the Year, 2011.[10]
  • Sustainable Consultant of the year award, 2010 Building Sustainability Awards.[3]
  • Most Sustainable Remediation Project, 2010 Remediation Innovation Awards
  • Research, Studies and Consulting Award, 2010 ACE Engineering Excellence awards.[11]
  • Cadbury Bournville Place, two awards:
  • David Clark awarded the 2008 Sustainability Champion of the year award, UK Sustainable Building Services Awards 2008.
  • 180 Great Portland Street, London, 2008 British Council for Offices (BCO) Awards, Innovation category.[14]
  • ISG Headquarters, Aldgate House, London. Three major awards at the 2007 British Council for Offices (BCO) Awards.[15]
    • Best of the best award
    • National award, fit-out of workplace
    • Regional award, London, fit-out of workplace

Selected projects

United Kingdom




  • General Electric Headquarters, Madrid, Spain
  • Paris Data Centre, Paris, France
  • Bukowice - Low energy detached house, Bokowice, Poland
  • Stara Mennica, Warsaw, Poland
  • Facebook Lulea, Lulea, Sweden
  • Colosseum Shopping Centre, Bucharest, Romania
  • Cultural Buildings, Tasnad Refurbishment, Tasnad, Romania
  • Dealul Lomb, Cluj, Romania
  • Hampton Hotel, Brasov, Romania
  • Italiana 24, Bucharest, Romania
  • Vatra Dornei Hotel, Vatra Dornei, Romania


  • Shenzen Office Building, Hong Kong
  • Eaton Hotel Chiller Replacement, Hong Kong
  • Happy Valley Data Centre, Hong Kong
  • Hong Kong Children's Hospital, Hong Kong
  • Hong Kong Science Park, Phase 3, Hong Kong
  • Jurong Data Centre, Jurong, Singapore
  • Ascendas iHub Suzhou, Suzhou, China
  • Corporate fit-out, Shanghai, China
  • Da Zhongli, Shanghai, China
  • Hakkasan, Shanghai, China
  • HASSELL Shanghai Studio, China
  • MGM MACAU, Macau, China
  • UNICO Restaurant at The Bund, Shanghai, China
  • Taiwan Tower International Competition, Taichung, Taiwan


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External links

  • Official site
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