Inviron makes news with new client in Manchester

Inviron has won the contract to modify M&E services for the Manchester Evening News.
Inviron has started work on the M&E contract that is part of the redesign of the offices of Manchester Evening News, working with Wates Interiors. The existing layout has been redesigned to provide more space for employees and visitors and to create more meeting rooms. The north west division of Inviron Building Systems will adapt and modify existing M&E systems, which includes improving the ventilation system and installing new fan coils for heating and cooling — along with modifications to existing specialist alarm and BMS systems. Andrew Hilton, Inviron’s senior project manager, says, ‘We are working closely with Wates and the Manchester Evening News to ensure that the project, which is being carried out in a busy office environment, is competed with minimal noise and disruption to the staff.’
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