We are appointed as Project Manager for a new £60m innovation facility for Birmingham City University, known as STEAMhouse 2.
The new site will provide additional facilities and spaces for SMEs and be an innovation centre for businesses, artists and academics to collaborate. We are delighted to report that planning consent for the new development has been secured and we are working towards a commencement of site works during Q4 2019.
As Project Manager, we continue to provide services to support all aspects of project delivery and associated estate infrastructure, as well as providing transport input into the planning application process.
The project is situated at Eastside Locks, Birmingham, adjacent to the new HS2 Curzon Street Station site. It represents a significant regeneration area for mixed-use development. This will be the second phase of the scheme and will be delivered alongside a significant residential development for which we will provide a site logistics interface.