Copper is opening a new office in Birmingham – one of the UK’s most exciting cities for infrastructure.
Copper Chairman Claire Gordon said: “The pace of Birmingham’s transformation is inspirational, with the arrival of an ever growing number of new and vibrant spaces in which to live and work.
“Investment in transport infrastructure is playing a key role in the city centre’s regeneration, with the new Midland Metro and stunning refurbishment of New Street station making journey times shorter while enhancing customer experiences. And now with work underway on HS2, local people and businesses have much to look forward to as this great city continues to deliver its exciting ambitions.”
The region has just elected its first metro mayor in Andy Street and is home to an increasing number of Copper clients and projects, including National Grid, Laing O’Rourke, Murphy & Sons, West Midlands Interchange, Jaguar Land Rover, Sainsbury’s and Highways England.
Having just taken possession of the keys to the office at Two Snow Hill, Copper will be mobilising its Birmingham team in the next few weeks.
Copper is a leading UK communications agency specialising in supporting the planning and delivery of major infrastructure and development projects, with an unsurpassed record for nationally significant infrastructure projects (NSIPs).
With additional offices in London and Bristol, and projects across the UK, Copper is no stranger to the West Midlands with a growing portfolio of clients in the transport, energy and regeneration sectors.