Stantec opens new Exeter office

Stantec's new office at The Ada Lovelace Building on Exeter Science Park.

Stantec has opened a new office in Exeter. 

The new base, located in The Ada Lovelace Building on the Exeter Science Park, is Stantec’s first office in the Devon and Cornwall region and demonstrates its ongoing commitment to the south-west.

Located at junction 29 of the M5, the new office makes it easy for the firm to stay connected throughout the region. 

The team in Exeter will work closely with teams in Taunton, Bristol and Cardiff to deliver schemes that help local communities to thrive.

Stantec is working on several transformational infrastructure projects in the region including the North Devon Link Road and the implementation of Active Travel schemes.

It is also working on major water treatment works, sewer upgrades and blue green infrastructure with South West Water.

Sally Walters, operations director and Exeter office lead, said: “Stantec has had a presence in the south-west for many years but we are keen to grow so we can better support the region.

“Adding a new location means our teams can become more deeply embedded with local communities, allowing us to develop our understanding of what’s important to local authorities, clients and people in the south-west.

“We’re delighted to be able to open our new Devon and Cornwall base at the Exeter Science Park, the park offers sustainable, energy efficient office space to businesses in the science, technology, engineering, maths and medical sectors. 

“Just like the south-west, Exeter Science Park has plans for growth and aims to provide employment space to more than 3,500 people by 2035. Stantec is thrilled to be part of this growing community.” 

The new office in Exeter will provide additional development opportunities for staff, giving them a new base to operate from and allowing them to build their colleague, client and industry networks. 

The company is also actively recruiting throughout the region to grow the Stantec team and increase the resources available to work on projects in the region.

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