High Temperature Research Centre
University of Birmingham and Rolls-Royce
The University of Birmingham in partnership with Rolls Royce has established a new £60m, 65,000 sq. ft. High Temperature Research Centre based on Ansty Business Park near Coventry. This unique casting, design, simulation and advanced manufacturing research facility will help to develop future generations of aero engines and make greener, more efficient air travel possible. 
Imtech undertook the mechanical and electrical installation and fit-out. During the design, preconstruction and delivery phases the project team, together with main contractor Wates, ensured the project was optimised in terms of safety, value, speed and quality. Our project team also developed and installed a clip system electrical tray and basket that significantly reduced the overall installation time.
The client has been extremely complimentary about the standard of the installation, commenting ‘This is the best installation I have seen in 27 years as a Clerk of Works for the University of Birmingham’.

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University of Birmingham and Rolls-Royce

The University of Birmingham in partnership with Rolls Royce has established a new £60m, 65,000 sq. ft. High Temperature Research Centre based on Ansty Business Park near Coventry. This unique casting, design, simulation and advanced manufacturing research facility will help to develop future generations of aero engines and make greener, more efficient air travel possible.

Imtech undertook the mechanical and electrical installation and fit-out. During the design, preconstruction and delivery phases the project team, together with main contractor Wates, ensured the project was optimised in terms of safety, value, speed and quality. Our project team also developed and installed a clip system electrical tray and basket that significantly reduced the overall installation time.

The client commented ‘This is the best installation I have seen in 27 years as a Clerk of Works for the University of Birmingham’.