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    MC Construction has won a place on a new three-year framework for improvement
    works at the internationally-renowned Daresbury Laboratory in Cheshire.

    Salford-based MC Construction has been appointed by the Science & Technology
    Facilities Council (STFC).

    Part of the Science & Technology Facilities Council, STFC’s Daresbury Laboratory
    has more than 300 staff and is located at Sci-Tech Daresbury, which spans nearly
    200,000 sq metres.

    MC Construction achieved the highest overall score in the tendering process for
    refurbishment, replacement and maintenance projects worth up to £500,000 in value.

    Its first-place ranking means it will be awarded all works up to £15,000 in value under
    the terms of the framework.

    The estimated total spend under the agreement will be up to £2m a year.

    Projects will range from minor construction works to extensions and lab and office fit-outs.

    Russ Forshaw, group operations director at MC Construction, said:



    “STFC’s Daresbury Laboratory is internationally recognised for its world-leading scientific

    “We are thrilled by our appointment to improve and maintain this inspiring campus
    via the new framework, and coming first in the tender process highlights that our
    experience, processes and personnel are of the highest standard to deliver a wide
    range of projects.

    “The framework will enable us to showcase the flexibility we offer via our core
    construction business and facilities services division. In addition, our specialist local
    supply chain, who will be helping to deliver small and large projects, will have an
    important role to play in the delivery of future schemes.

    “We look forward to starting projects in the near future and to building a strong
    relationship with the client.”



    MC Construction undertakes building projects throughout the north west with a focus
    on the commercial, education, heritage, hospitality, industrial, local authority, social
    housing and healthcare sectors.

    Its other framework partnerships include Manchester Airport, Royal Mail Group,
    Transport for Greater Manchester, the University of Manchester, Salford City
    Council, Cheshire East Council, STAR Procurement, the Crown Commercial
    Service, North West Construction Hub and the Rise Construction Framework.

    The family-owned business is based on Oldfield Road, Salford, and employs 60
    people. It is celebrating its golden jubilee in 2021.

    Photos: Kevin Freddy Media


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