BAM Construction has confirmed preparatory work is taking place at No.1 Spinningfields, where it will build a new £73 million office development.
The company was appointed by Allied London to deliver the 24-storey building last month and work is expected to begin in June, with enabling works already taking place on site.
Formerly Quay House, demolition work has been taking place throughout May to make way for the 260,000 sq ft Grade A office building. Once complete it will also deliver restaurant and café space including a 6,728 sq ft rooftop restaurant and garden terrace, as well as two floors of basement parking.
BAM Construction, which will deliver a 97-week build programme, has confirmed the development is on track as work begins on site.
On appointment to the scheme, Tony Grindrod, construction director at BAM Construction, says: “No.1 Spinningfields is a great project for BAM in Manchester’s premier business district. We are delighted to have been chosen to deliver this high profile building, which follows our other prominent Manchester projects like the Co-Operative Group HQ at 1 Angel Square, Manchester City’s Football Academy and the National Graphene Institute.”
No.1 Spinningfields has been designed by Simpson Haugh Partners with technical detailing by Axis.