This firm’s projects have included the restoration of a grade II listed former airship hangar at RAF Cardington in Bedfordshire, where barrage balloons were built during the Second World War. Founded in 2011 by Barry Crowley, 65, and his son, Patrick Crowley, 37, CField works on development projects in sectors including commercial, pharmaceutical and residential, and has offices in London and Cork. Its Irish projects include a renovation of Cork’s Nazareth House care home and the Field of Dreams educational centre for Down Syndrome Cork. Sales hit £67.5m last year, including an £18m contract for 120 flats on the site of a former vinyl factory in Hayes, west London.
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