Base at Manchester Science Park has now topped out – making it one of the first projects supported by the government’s Getting Building Fund to reach the momentous milestone.
Work on Bruntwood SciTech’s £21m, five-storey, 91,000 sq ft development started in December 2020, led by main contractor Caddick Construction, and is progressing at pace. The steel frame and precast floor slab structure are now complete and work on the external façade can be seen.
Base has been specifically designed for companies working in high growth, frontier sectors of Industry 4.0 including low carbon, computer and energy technology, gaming, and animation. It will become a new specialist hub in the city, building on the region’s internationally recognised tech and manufacturing cluster.
When complete in spring 2022, it will offer a mix of office space, the…