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Architect sought for £28m Sedgefield science centre

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The Centre for Process Innovation is on the lookout for an architect to design the new Centre for Innovative Formulations at NETPark in Sedgefield

The £28 million project will create a new base for developing and prototyping formulated products such as those used in paints, detergents, lubricants and adhesives.

It will be built on County Durham’s NETPark development which opened on the grounds of a former Victorian hospital in 2004.

The winning design team – covering architectural and engineering design services – will develop the project up to RIBA stage 3.

Further services required include civil and structural design, mechanical and electrical design, acoustician and vibration consultancy, fire engineering, landscape architecture and ecological consultancy.

The eight month contract is expected to be worth up to £600,000.

The deadline for requests to participate is 12noon on 19 February

How to apply

View the tender notice for more information

Contact details

Rosanne Ryott
Centre for Process Innovation
Thomas Wright Way
TS21 3FG

Tel: +44 1642455340
E-mail: e-tendering@uk-cpi.com




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