Lancashire toilet specialist has astronomical success at Jodrell Bank
Inscape Interiors has completed work on projects such as the new £ 21million The First Light Pavilion at Jodrell Bank Observatory and the £ 10million redevelopment of the Cambridge Union building.
He has also worked on a range of other projects including toilets and changing environments for a new swimming pool at Hyde Leisure Pool in Greater Manchester.
Gary Wynne, Managing Director of Inscape Interiors, based at Lower Healy Business Park, said: “We are really proud of our work on these prestigious projects, especially at a very difficult time for the construction industry with the added pressures. of the pandemic.
“Although we are only completing part of a much larger project, our work is helping clients achieve a positive outcome and a positive experience for the thousands of people who will use these buildings on a daily basis.
“It has been an incredibly busy time for us, and we have more exciting projects to come. Our entire team did a great job and we all enjoyed the challenge of helping our clients make a difference.
Appointed by prime contractor Kier, Inscape worked as part of a large project team on the First Light Pavilion at Jodrell Bank in Cheshire, which saw the creation of an 8,000 square foot grass-covered dome housing a reception center, an exhibition space and an auditorium with 150 seats.
Inscape fabricated and installed custom carpentry for the interior of the washrooms.
Commissioned by the University of Manchester, the pavilion exhibits will focus on the history of Jodrell Bank and the achievements of the scientists who worked there. It will open in 2022.
Inscape also worked with prime contractor Morgan Sindall to fabricate and install a toilet during the renovation of the historic Grade II listed Cambridge Union building, where world leaders Winston Churchill, Nelson Mandela and the Dalai Lama spoke in its debate room.
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