back to projectsMyerscough College – New Skills Training Centre

Category Education,
Client Myerscough College
Value £1,400,000
Consultants CAD Assosciates
Completion 2014

This new building consist of single storey structure which includes standing seam curved roof to match existing adjacent properties, architectural block cladding with aluminium curtain walling and windows to match existing properties. The building will house new skills training area, common office and utility facilities. Pinington have retained the local supply chain from our previous project the majority of who were involved with the recently completed New Veterinary centre.

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