Three Snowhill, one of the largest ever speculative office projects outside London, has secured funding.
The £90M 39,000m² development in Birmingham city centre will be a steel-framed 14-storey high tower.
Following on from One and Two Snowhill, this is the third steel-framed office structure in the wider development of the area and forms part of Birmingham’s 20-year master plan known as Vision 2030.
Working on behalf of developer Ballymore Properties, BAM Construction is the project’s main contractor. So far no steelwork contractor has been appointed.
Previously, Barrett Steel Buildings and Caunton Engineering erected One and Two Snowhill respectively.
BAM will be remodelling the existing five levels of basement and cores, which serve all three phases, creating office, leisure and conference space and car parking.