Galliford Try Announces £36.5m Building Projects in Manchester
RED Property Services has appointed Galliford Try to construct the £13.3 million Old Trafford Supporters Club hotel that will see the building of a 139-bed hotel that will feature supporters’ club facilities and bar, alongside additional retail units.
The £12.5 million contract covers the entire second phase of the project and will create 210,000 sq. ft. of Category A office space in the old Colgate-Palmolive factory that adjoins the Media City complex in Salford Quays.
Muse Developments has contracted Galliford Try to deliver the sixth phase of the Smithfield residential project in Salford. The £10.75 million phase of the development will see the creation of 77 one, two and three-bedroom apartments for private sale, and associated retail units.
Galliford Try Chief Executive Greg Fitzgerald said: “These new contracts build on our track record and in particular our recent successes in Greater Manchester, demonstrating the strength of our regional construction business in all sectors.
“We are delighted to be working on these significant developments for the region, and look forward to continuing to play our part in enhancing the built environment in the North West.”
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Posted on May 2, 2013, in Building Construction Industry, Building Engineering Sector, Business, Career change, Climate Change, Construction, construction jobs, construction news, Employment, Government, Infrastructure, jobs, plumbing jobs, Plumbing News, t4ts, Trades, train4tradeskills, Train4TradeSkills News, UK Economy and tagged 4, Abstract Securities, Carlyle Group, Colgate-Palmolive, Galliford Try, Greater Manchester, MediaCityUK, Muse Developments, North West, RED Property Services, Salford, Salford Quays, skills, t4ts, t4ts news, trade, train, train4tradeskills. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.