Miller Hughes eyes rebuilding opportunities in war-torn Iraq
Chichester-based Miller Hughes Associates has been approached by 'two global construction companies' to aid the reconstruction of Iraq. The practice's managing director Charles Hughes said there was a 'high degree of interest' in the office's work because of two regeneration masterplans it designed for the Iraqi government in the early 1980s.
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