New automotive house designed by Gordon Murray Group

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Nov. 09. 2020
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Gordon Murray Group has revealed plans for an all-new global headquarters at Windlesham, Surrey. The new technology campus will be built on a 54 acre site providing state-of-the-art facilities for world-leading automotive design, engineering and advanced vehicle development and manufacturing.

The 130,000 sq ft development, encompassing three buildings, will also see the Gordon Murray Group create more than 100 new highly skilled jobs within the next three years. Phase one is aiming to commence construction and will house a vehicle manufacturing centre, customer sales and the Gordon Murray Group heritage collection. The whole site is due to be completed by the end of 2024 with a total investment of £50M.

Professor Gordon Murray CBE led the vision for the new global headquarters and Architects, Design Engine, were responsible for the design. The Gordon Murray Group will be working closely with Surrey Heath Borough Council to ensure that both the business and the buildings are sympathetically integrated into the historic site. The picturesque parkland on the existing site will be retained, preserving and enhancing its natural beauty and making it a welcoming setting for employees and visitors.

“This new technology campus and global headquarters is a major investment and a huge step forward for the Gordon Murray Group, as we gather momentum for the next phase of our business and our brands, spearheaded by the all-new T.50 supercar.", says Gordon Murray

The new headquarters incorporate a revolutionary layout in the design and prototyping area of the main engineering facility, which will deliver an ultra-efficient, world-class vehicle development process. Individual build bays for prototype vehicles are sited adjacent to their respective design team with common access areas to ensure engineering teams communicate and work together efficiently.

In addition to the new Windlesham facility, the Gordon Murray Group will retain its existing facilities. The site at Dunsfold Park, Surrey will be used to manufacture the exclusive T.50 supercar and T50s track-focused version, as well as continuing research and development in the innovative and agile iStream® manufacturing system. The original Shalford site will be occupied until the technology campus is finished.