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SPIE to Refurbish Laboratories at UK’s Largest Single-site Life Sciences Campus

Bruntwood SciTech has awarded SPIE UK a nine-month contract to deliver design and refurbishment services for the laboratories at Alderley Park, the largest single-site life sciences campus in the United Kingdom.

Under the contract, SPIE will carry out a wide range of works on Block No. 50, including the design and refurbishment of the basement plant room, the first and second floors, and the level 3 roof area. The team will provide general and specialized mechanical, engineering, and plumbing (MEP) services to the laboratory space as well as category A and B works.

Category A will focus on the condition of the existing primary MEP services, while category B involves the complete fit-out and modifications required to adjust the existing layout to the customer’s bespoke requirements.

Steven Farmer, Divisional Managing Director at SPIE UK, comments: “Having built a strong relationship with Bruntwood SciTech over several successful schemes at Alderley Park, we’re excited to showcase our expertise once again by using our collective MEP skills, applying best design practice and full compliance with the relevant codes of practice and legislation to deliver a functional and efficient infrastructure.”

Chris Ripper, Project Manager at Bruntwood SciTech, a partnership between property company Bruntwood and Legal & General, adds: “As part of a highly validated industry facing rigorous regulatory requirements, we’re delighted to work once more with SPIE UK and feel confident that they will deliver an exceptional service on time.”

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