Briggs & Forrester’s towering success

Published:  12 July, 2007

Building-services contractor Briggs & Forrester has completed the first phase of the £6 million Wavendon Towers Project in Milton Keynes and is now completing the separate fit-out works to the buildings, which are due for completion in April 2008.

The project included the design and installation of mechanical, electrical and public-health services to the historic listed building and four new fully air-conditioned office blocks totalling almost 17 000 m2. The project has been undertaken in partnership with Marriott Construction on behalf of IT specialist EDS.

The site is close to Bletchley Park, so the four new buildings have been named after the famous Enigma encryption machines Victory, Angus, Cobra and Keane.



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