Buro Four has been awarded one of two places within the Project Management Lot for the Manufacturing Technology Centre Framework.
The Manufacturing Technology Centre, based in Coventry, develops and proves innovative manufacturing processes and technologies in partnership with industry, academia and other institutions. The MTC is focussed on delivering bespoke manufacturing system solutions across sectors as diverse as automotive, aerospace, rail, informatics, food & drink, construction/civil engineering, electronics, oil & gas and defence. The MTC aims to bridge the gap between academia and industry and inspire Great British Manufacturing on a global stage.
Buro Four have a very strong track record managing the delivery of complex projects particularly those of a highly technical and functional nature for clients including Royal Mail, JCB, BMW, BBC and numerous Universities. This has been enhanced by the recent appointment of Matthew Keegans Wood who brings experience of delivering schemes for Jaguar Land Rover and Magna.
Buro Four’s Birmingham office are also currently on the framework for University of Nottingham and Nottingham Trent University with current projects including the £23m Centre for Biomolecular Sciences Extension which will provide c6000 sq m of clinical laboratories, teaching, research and office space.
David Boles, Director said “This is a really great win for us. The MTC is a fantastic campus with an invaluable resource to progress manufacturing in this country and beyond. We enjoy complex projects and are excited to be a part of the continued development of the MTC, helping realise their vision in collaboration with the other appointed framework consultants”