WYG appointed for £45 m project at University of Manchester

WYG Engineering has been appointed by the University of Manchester to provide engineering consultancy services for a £45 million project for a new building to accommodate the School of Chemical Engineering & Analytical Science, replacing current facilities which are spread across the campus. The project will be built in two phases. WYG will work alongside architect Halliday Meecham.

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