Caddick completes landmark office job for Muse


Caddick Construction has completed Bradford’s first office development in 20 years.  

Credit: Caddick Construction.

One City Park, in the city centre, was delivered in partnership with national placemaker Muse and Bradford Council. 

The 56,403 sq ft build has five floors of commercial office space and roof terrace, and CCL Facades, Caddick’s sister company, was brought in to deliver the external facade of the multi-million-pound scheme. 

To ensure One City Park operates on renewable energy, high-performance glazing, photovoltaic panels and air source heat pumps were installed.   

Every parking space has an electric vehicle (EV) charging point. 

It follows Caddick landing its first project in the Midlands following an expansion into the region – the next phase at Port Loop, a joint venture development being delivered by Urban Splash and Places for People, in Birmingham.     

“As Bradford’s first office development in 20 years, One City Park sets a new standard for the city, becoming a thriving Grade A office destination for local businesses,” said Paul Dodsworth, managing director at Caddick. “We’re very proud to have delivered this fantastic scheme on behalf of Muse alongside our partners at CCL Facades, who have done an exceptional job delivering the external facade of this striking building.” 

Simon Dew, development director at Muse, added: “One City Park will be a catalyst for further investment in the city and signifies a newfound confidence in its commercial centre that will attract future big-name businesses.  

“The project also demonstrates a very successful public/private partnership that will reap long-term benefits by providing incredible job opportunities for the younger, growing, population in the city.” 

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