csa architects have opened a purpose-built, 4,000sqft, newly refurbished office in Truro.
"The new offices offer the opportunity for the company to continue enjoying sustained growth. We now have a fantastic climate controlled environment and bespoke desk configurations to maximise productivity and efficiency. Most importantly, we are easily accessible for all of our clients, benefiting from state of the art conference facilities and designated visitor and staff parking. We hope that our clients will realise the benefits of our new offices, we look forward to enhancing existing relationships and welcoming new clients in 2007." Justin Dodge (Managing Director)
The quality of the new offices has already attracted new staff, enabling the company to grow to 23 employees, with substantial room for further expansion, establishing csa as the largest architectural practice in the county. The new office has state of the art conference facilities for interactive presentations to further promote the quality of the work produced by the office and to enable greater client interaction.
New offices; increased productivity, high quality environment, state of the art facilities & enhanced customer service
The new address is:
csa architects, Heron Way, Newham, Truro, Cornwall, TR1 2XN
csa are committed to improving customer relations, therefore, to save client's money and improve their service, the company has acquired a low rate telephone number:
Lo-call: 08453 707 111
csa have also retained a local area code direct telephone number:
01872 265 310
In addition to the new offices in Truro, csa have retained their existing conference facilities and a small office in Falmouth, adjoining their former offices in Falmouth's High Street. The company was founded and has traded for 16 years in Falmouth; therefore the practice wants to retain their links with the town and supplement the facilities of the new Truro office.
We are delighted to welcome new members of staff to our expanding office including:
> Tim Hancock, Chartered Architect, joins csa as an associate, using his experience and expert knowledge to further promote and progress csa environmental.
> Malcolm Jackson, an experienced architect with international experience.
> Susan Wieck, Architect, joining csa from another locally based architectural practice.
> David Dowsett, Experienced Architectural Technician, joins csa following his relocation from London.
> Dan Fighera, Architectural Assistant with international experience.
> Dharmi Patel, Architectural Technician, experience gained working for architectural practices in the Midlands.
> Adam Raspison, Junior Architectural Technician
> Gemma Waterman, Admin Assistant
The opening of the new Truro office and continuing influx of high profile projects has established csa as one of the leading architectural practices in Cornwall. The new offices have capacity for further expansion and due to the recent recruitment, csa have capacity to undertake additional projects. If you have a project that you would like to discuss with us, please do not hesitate to contact the office.
The CSA Cup, (5 a-side Football Tournament) was first held in November, and won by Carrick District Council's Planning Department during a showdown with local property developers, Cornish Homes. Such was the popularity of this event, numerous requests were received to formalise the event twice a year. Re-launched in March as the Bi-annual CSA Cup, we were inundated with entries, in excess of 24 applicants, for the 12 places. The 2nd CSA Cup was held, again, at Camborne College on Friday 27th April at 6:30pm. The csa team had a few new faces and had an excellent start, drawing with last years finalist's Cornish Homes, but despite a valiant effort, the hosts were knocked out in the quarter final, by the eventual finalists, MBA. Despite a shaky start, reigning champions Carrick regained their form and joined MBA in the final, playing to retain their trophy. MBA, who had player of the tournament and top scorer, Derek Fishburn, did not have enough firepower to beat the reigning champions, Carrick, who retain their title. A great evening was had by all and Carrick have thrown down the gauntlet for the next CSA Cup.[print this page]