IBCP is an interdisciplinary practice of developers, financiers, architects, designers, engineers, planners, project managers and surveyors.Other
IBCP was established to bring collaborative thinking into the acquisition, financing, design, construction and where relevant, marketing of our clients' property.
We offer the expertise of mature and proven property professionals who enjoy working as a team to maximise the potential outcome of our clients' proposed refurbishment or build projects.
We are from all relevant property related professions including, property investment, development, finance, law, surveying, planning, architecture, design, engineering, public relations, sales and marketing.
At IBCP we encourage creative thinking across all our projects to build homes and communities worth living in and to help deliver client and stakeholder satisfaction.
Our staff, associates and professional partners have an extensive working knowledge across several major sectors including private and social housing, workplace, retail, leisure, ecclesiastical, urbanism and heritage.
We combine our expertise across disciplines, locations, sectors and major building types to deliver a truly integrated way of working — resulting in high quality, effective and inspiring built spaces.
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