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Final phase of The HUB complete

The final phase of the 18-year redevelopment of The HUB, a 110-acre brownfield site formerly occupied by the Kynoch Works at Witton, Birmingham is now complete.

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Liberty 196 in Brackmills Handed Over

A new speculatively constructed distribution unit at the entrance to Brackmills Industrial Estate for Liberty Property Trust & Equation Properties and has been handed over on time and within budget.

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Wolverhampton 450 at Four Ashes Business Park handed over

The new speculatively built Wolverhampton 450 facility at Four Ashes Business Park for Panattoni has been handed over.

Accessed from a new junction on the A449, Wolverhampton 450 is ideally placed for the retail and automotive supply chains in the West Midlands. The facility comprises a total footprint of 448,089sqft including an integral 2-storey office block measuring 12,864sqft and a 10,038sqft 2-storey hub office. The unit is equipped with 60 dock leveller loading doors, 8 level access doors, a 50kN/m² floor loading and 15m clear internal height.

UMC were charged with undertaking the initial feasibility study before being appointed by Panattoni to commence with the detail design package alongside Main Contractor Readie Construction. The facility was successfully completed on time and within strict budgetary constraints and built to a BREEAM rating of Very Good and EPC rating of ‘A’.

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ISO9001 Quality Management System

UMC Architects are pleased to announce we have completed the assessment of our QMS procedures by Alcumus ISOQAR Ltd and renewed our UKAS accredited certification to the 2015 standard for ISO9001 Quality Management System.

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UMC Architects selected to present a vision for ‘shed of the future’

UMC Architects are proud to have been commissioned by Property Week & Savills to produce a concept design for a future fulfilment centre that is ‘innovative, creative, forward-thinking and not constrained by the usual institutional standards’. No budget was specified and the brief was kept deliberately scant to encourage expression.

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