New office for CEM
Posted on: 13 October, 2015
After 42 years based at the University of Reading Whiteknights campus, The College of Estate Management (CEM) is planning to move to a permanent new premises in July 2016. CEM continues to grow rapidly and the new premises, with three floors of open plan office space, will provide the space and working environment needed for the continual growth of the College. The College also has plans to open an office in Hong Kong by the end of this calendar year.
“Reading University provided a perfect home for CEM for a long time.” said Principal and CEO of CEM, Ashley Wheaton. “Our purchase of 60 Queens Road, in the heart of Reading town centre, will provide a much improved and fit-for-purpose new work environment for our staff as well as the opportunity to establish the identity of the College as it approaches its centenary”.
As an independent higher Education Institution with taught degree awarding powers, and royal patronage, CEM is a leading education provider for the built environment with students in more than a hundred countries.
David Savage, Chief Operating Officer, University of Reading said “It was a pleasure to have the College based on the University Whiteknights Campus for many years, and we are delighted to see them grow and become more independent. The University wishes them all the best for the future in their new premises.”
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