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New office and production facility progressing for Owen Mumford

A team from Beard Oxford is making excellent progress on a new steel framed office and advanced production facility for medical device specialist Owen Mumford in Chipping Norton.

Already Chipping Norton’s largest employer, the new 2,300 square metre building will extend the company’s facilities in the town, creating a state-of-the-art manufacturing area for the production of plastic components used in the medical industry.

Work on the £2.8 million construction project on the Primsdown Industrial Estate started in April and the site team, led by Beard site manager Gary Murray, expect to hand the building over on time in December 2012.

Beard construction director John Youle said: “The team are doing a great job and we are completely focussed on our goal of prompt and faultless delivery. As a local employer ourselves, it is great be working with a company that is making a significant commitment to the local community and economy.”