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Ardmac, the leading International construction specialist, has been awarded the fit-out contract of AEW’s 100 Barbirolli Square, Manchester.
The interior project includes a full Cat A refurbishment of the office block and structural modification to the atrium and eighth floor. The impressive scheme is designed by 5Plus architects with Savills Project Management, ACIES Structural Engineers and MZA Consulting Engineers.
The project includes the reconfiguration of the existing entrance and reception area, conversion of the basement car park into a new office floor and extending the top floor office and two new roof terraces. The design increases the office space to circa 150,000 square foot. The project teams have begun works recently, with handover expected to take place in September 2020.
Following the announcement, Phil Chadwick, Operations Director at Ardmac, said, “We are delighted to be working with AEW on the fit out of 100 Barbirolli Square in Manchester. This follows from our earlier works to renovate its sister building, 101 Barbirolli Square. Barbirolli is iconic as part of Manchester’s Skyline and we are proud to work on this project and continue to strengthen our relationship with AEW.”
The contract award follows Ardmac’s recent recognition as winners of the ‘Commercial Refurbishment Project of the Year’ at the Insider North West Property Awards.
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