Sitting at the heart of Manchester’s innovation district, Manchester Technology Centre’s new home offers high quality multi functional workspace to suit business needs.
Based in Oxford House and spanning over 20,000ft, MSP required CAT A and CAT B works with a full refurbishment, mezzanine and Tech Hub demise including mechanical and electrical works.
Working alongside Bruntwood, Workspace Design and Build were asked to deliver a high quality technological advanced co-working meeting space at the gateway to the corridors of the University of Manchester.
Working together with designers Space Invaders and closely with Adam Durrant from concept to delivery. The dynamic, flexible building works as every aspect of it’s design has a purpose.
From double height ceilings with elevated meeting rooms that convey a sense of visibility to the dual aspect entrance connecting Manchester Science Park and the University of Manchester.
Designed to spark inspiration, creativity and productivity to gain new ideas- providing platforms for next generation of Tech entrepreneurs to connect, collaborate and grow businesses.
The co-working aspect brings knowledge and understanding of innovative businesses to grow life sciences section in the North of England.