Russells Construction has handed over two industrial units at the Linkway Trading Estate, Grimshaw Lane in Middleton, after a seven-month contract. The pair, one 40,000 sq ft the other 10,000 sq ft, were refurbished for developer Quorum which has now launched them back to the market.
New roofs – incorporating natural light panels – insulated wall- panels, cladding and doors were installed. Electrics were stripped out and replaced, and the buildings decorated throughout ready for the new occupiers. Externally, new water services, drainage and fencing were also installed, and the yards fully resurfaced.
Both are being marketed for warehouse, industrial and manufacturing use and there has been significant interest shown already. Joint agents are Davis Harrison and Knight Frank. Beaumont Lord was the contract administrator for the project.
Russells Construction director Andrew Russell said: “Both units were in need of a significant refresh and we’re pleased to have completed the project on time and on budget to enable the buildings to be put back on the market swiftly. Following these works the units are effectively new build standard and offer a great blank canvas for any new occupier.”
Quorum’s Paul Wardle said: “We appointed Russells Construction following a five-way tender and have been pleased with the completion. The two units required a comprehensive refurbishment to ready them for re-launch to the market.”
For more information or to arrange a viewing contact Quorum on 01625 549 999.