Parry makes grade for Cambridge Assessment

Eric Parry Architects' new headquarters for Cambridge Assessment

New exams group HQ will bring together 2,500 staff from 11 sites across city

Eric Parry Architects has completed a new 33,000sq m headquarters for Cambridge Assessment, which oversees the work of the university’s three exam boards.

The Triangle Building was conceived as a series of interconnected structures, centred on two main blocks linked by a bridge-like element that divides the site’s open space into a street-facing entrance plaza and a private garden beyond.

It will provide Cambridge Assessment with enough space to relocate its Cambridge-based staff from 11 locations around the city, and expand its headcount from the current 2,500 to 3,000.

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