Work starts on latest New Bailey office development
Designed by Make Architects, steel erection has started on the latest phase of the New Bailey mixed-use scheme in Salford.
The 12-storey building is being built on plot A3 by Bowmer + Kirkland and will feature living walls supported by the steel frame.
The developer is English Cities Fund (ECF), which comprises Muse Developments, Legal & General and Homes England.
ECF Development Director Leon Guyett, said: “Despite the unprecedented times that we find ourselves in, we’re still seeing a demand for high-quality office space in the Greater Manchester region. At ECF, together with our partners, we’re committed to building back better in a bid to delivering tangible sustainability outputs, as the city region drives to be net-zero.”
Having achieved the Gold Standard for the Steel Construction Sustainability Charter every year since 2007, EvadX is the project steelwork contractor.