Architect needed for Manchester office redevelopment
[Expressions of interest to be received 8 May] The West Midlands Metropolitan Authorities Pension Fund is on the hunt for architects to design a 23,000m² office development in Manchester
The scheme will replace the city’s Astley House and Byrom House office buildings which were constructed in the 1960s.
Architects with ‘experience and flair’ are sought to transform the existing strategic brief into a completed design.
The 60 month contract has an estimated value of £2 million with the architect required to liaise with planning consultants and English Heritage.
Expressions of interest to be received 8 May