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British Antarctic Survey hunts for architect for innovation centre refurb

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Architects design services are called for to refurbish the Innovation Centre of the British Antarctic Survey in Cambridge

The Innovation Centre of the British Antarctic Survey in Cambridge is looking for an architect-led team to upgrade its facilities with the aim of increasing collaboration between business and academic bodies.

Architectural and landscape design services are needed to head a team including structural and building services design.

The project was announced by science minister David Willets back in March. He said: ‘The innovation centre will combine and expand upon the expertise of the British Antarctic Survey and Cambridge University in order to create first class scientific collaborations in new areas’.

Documents should be accessed by 10 January then completed and returned by 20 January 2014.

PQQs are available through the Government’s contracts finder with the code FM130056.

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