Brazennose House, Manchester

Brazennose House, Manchester

Brazennose House, Manchester

Client
Marshalls CDP
Market Sector
Commercial
Type
Multi-Storey Building
Steel
1295 te
Engineer
Ramboll (UK)
Contractor
Marshalls Construction Ltd
Architect
Jon Matthews Architects

Project Details

Client
Marshalls CDP
Market Sector
Commercial
Type
Multi-Storey Building
Steel
1295 te
Engineer
Ramboll (UK)
Contractor
Marshalls Construction Ltd
Architect
Jon Matthews Architects

Caunton supplied over 1,200 tonnes of beam-and–column framing for a new 102,000 sq., 6 storey Grade A office building, the redevelopment of Brazennose House, in the heart of Manchester. The building is the centrepiece of a new regenerated Lincoln Square, linking Manchester Town Hall and Deansgate. It will have a roof terrace, and retail/restaurant units on the ground floor. The main steelwork is engineered by the Manchester office of Ramboll UK and the connections designed by the Caunton technical team.

The steelwork for this new office block comprises a beam and column framework for the building’s six storeys and roof, together with metal deck floor, and edge protection, a barrier to the car park ramp and cast-in plates.

Caunton are very pleased to of contributed to the rejuvenation of this part of Manchester.

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