R G Carter has always been proud of its Norfolk heritage and today we are celebrating Norfolk Day. For nearly a century, we have been honoured to help to shape the built environment across this wonderful County, delivering high quality, innovative spaces and places for people to enjoy. Here is our #15SecBiz clip supporting the Norfolk Chamber of Commerce, showing just some of the projects delivered across Norfolk over the years.

The ‘spaces and places’ shown in our film are:

  1. Norwich Cathedral Refectory, 2003
  2. The Forum, Norwich, 2000
  3. Bob Champion Research and Education Building, Colney, 2014
  4. St George’s Chapel, Great Yarmouth, 2012,
  5. Jarrold Bridge, Norwich, 2011
  6. County Hall, Norwich, 1968
  7. King’s Lynn Innovation Centre, 2016
  8. Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts at the University of East Anglia, 1968
  9. University of East Anglia campus, 1963 – Present ( seen from this drone image includes Chemistry, Biology and Science Buildings, Constable Terrace Accommodation and Building 60 as ‘work in progress’.)

Drone footage  © Jason Lines, Lecturer in Computing Sciences at UEA,