Inviron completes historic-warehouse refurbishment

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As part of the redevelopment of Manchester’s Piccadilly Basin, Inviron has completed the full M&E installation for the restoration of Carvers Warehouse.
Inviron has successfully completed the extensive and comprehensive M&E installation for an historic building in Manchester’s up-and-coming Piccadilly Basin. Carvers Warehouse is being redevelopment by Town Centre Securities into a stunning, contemporary construction. Eddie Marginson, general manager for the north west division of Inviron Building Systems says, ‘The M&E installations in Carvers Warehouse are exposed, which makes for a striking contrast to the old beams and brick of the walls.’ The building has been sensitively restored and will provide 2400 m2 of office space over six floors.
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