The new Quadram Institute, a major new research facility for the advancement of food and health research, is a large building project based on the outskirts of Norwich costing over £82m.
Set over 13,900 square metres the facility will house over 300 research scientists and is expected to treat over 40,000 patients a year.
Over a 20 week programme we delivered a specialist team of steel fixing experts to bring this landmark project back up to speed to deliver the project ahead of schedule.
Following on from the original contractor we were able to put in place extensive processes on site to speed up the reinforcement work getting some great feedback from our client.
With our teams being based predominantly in London this was a big logistics exercise to mobilise them for an extended time in Norwich but the project ran smoothly and to time.
“MGB Contractors had the right experience and people to help us complete the cycle station to budget and on time. Their range of skills is impressive.”Clive Barker, Construction Director, Thomas Sinden
“With a challenging schedule it was great to have Marin and his team of experts on hand to work day and weekend shifts to get the job completed.”Aidan Joyce, Senior Project Manager, Mitchellson
“Working with MGB was easy and straightforward. They knew all the regulations and got up to speed with the project almost straight away.”John McNuilty, Senior Project Manager, O’Keefe