Chemical company’s new offices rise up
Steelwork erection is nearing completion for new offices for chemical giant INEOS’s INOVYN ChlorVinyls business at Runcorn.
Following a competitive tender process, INOVYN appointed BAM Construction, whose North West team is making good progress on the £23M new facility.
The steel frame for the four-storey structure is being fabricated, supplied and erected by Billington Structures. Designed by Glasgow-based architects Michael Laird, the building will accommodate 475 employees.
BAM says it has a strong track record in the industrial sector having built both the new headquarters for INEOS in Grangemouth, and an advanced manufacturing centre for Unilever in Port Sunlight.
Ian Fleming, BAM’s Regional Director, said: “We’ve got an experienced team and a strong track record working for major clients like INOVYN, but this build is a challenging one so we will need to bring these qualities to bear. We know the people who come to work here will appreciate these attractive new office conditions which will really transform their old working environments.”