Medical innovation in the UK was given a significant boost today with the announcement that an advanced diagnostics centre is to be built in Liverpool.
Work has begun on The Spine – the Royal College of Physicians’ new £35m northern headquarters in Liverpool – with a ceremony to mark the breaking of the ground upon which it will be built.
Ainscough’s Heavy Cranes Division has assembled a tower crane at one of Liverpool’s biggest construction sites, the £1billion Paddington Village project.
30 German exchange students and lecturers from Augsburg University of Applied Sciences have taken part in a tour of the Paddington Village site, where Morgan Sindall is delivering two key projects for the planned £1 billion extension to the city’s Knowledge Quarter.
Liverpool City Council is to launch an international search to find an operator for a landmark hotel in the heart of its £1bn Paddington Village development.
The new £35m northern headquarters of the Royal College of Physicians will be officially known as The Spine, taking its name from a striking staircase on its north elevation that resembles human vertebrae.
The construction and infrastructure company, Morgan Sindall, has welcomed two pre-apprentices to the £1 billion Paddington Village site and is also boosting the skills of its existing team.
A Liverpool student hoping to pursue a career in construction has taken her learning out of the classroom to work on one of the city’s biggest construction sites, with the support of construction and infrastructure company Morgan Sindall.
Proton Partners International, the world’s leading developer of high energy proton beam therapy centres, has officially marked the start of work on its fourth UK-based oncology centre.
Liverpool City Region Combined Authority has approved in principle a £12m grant for infrastructure work to unlock development on Liverpool City Council’s £1bn Paddington Village scheme.
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