55m University of Birmingham sport centre contract 11:50, 10 JAN 2014Updated15:06, 10 MAR 2016A CGI of the University of Birmingham's new sports centre Interserve is understood to have beaten a clutch of contractors to the job, including Bam Construct, Galliford Try, Willmott Dixon, Sir Robert McAlpine and Balfour Beatty.
The project is supported by a million National Lottery grant from Sport England and in donations from alumni and friends of the university, which it hopes to increase to coach factory store million.The 13,200 sq m development will feature coach bags for cheap an arena sports hall with seating for up to 900 spectators, six squash courts, six rooms for sport and fitness classes, a coach outlet sale 84th 225 station gym and a wellbeing and performance centre.Ian Renhard, managing director of Interserve Construction, said: "It is great to be able to be part of shaping the future of sport in the city.
Having a long standing relationship with the university it is equally rewarding to see graduates have an opportunity to be part of the construction of this new facility."University of Birmingham's director of sport Zena Wooldridge said: "The new facilities will be a game changer for the university, both in raising its profile as a leading UK sporting university, and in its provision for the local and regional community."Like us on FacebookFollow us on TwitterDaily NewsletterallMost ReadMost RecentInvest in BirminghamParadise unveils vision for landmark building at end of Broad StreetDevelopers behind Birmingham city centre regeneration scheme to showcase next stage of major project at public coach outlet atlanta lottery exhibition next monthInvest in BirminghamMajor land deal for Jewellery Quarter regenerationHome of historic Birmingham company for more than 50 years will be redeveloped into a mixed use complex with flats and commercial spaceInvest in BirminghamNext phase of Edgbaston hospital project unveiledCircle Health plans to add a rehabilitation centre to its new hospital on the former Pebble Mill sitePost PeopleDaily Mail columnist to head Midlands Media Awards panelDaily Mail columnist Andrew Pierce is to head the final judging panel for this year's Midlands Media AwardsInvest in BirminghamNew plans for 18 storey city centre apartment blockDeveloper behind several apartment complexes in Birmingham has returned with a new project to create apartments off busy commuter routeAston UniversityNew investment for tech firm launched by Aston University lecturersTrio who met at the institute in 2012 has secured new capital to help with the development of their green software.
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