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During the 33-week project, SPIE UK will carry out mechanical and electrical works to the second-floor laboratories in one of the buildings at Evotec’s Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin Campus, in Abingdon, Oxfordshire.
This contract follows a successful laboratory construction scheme completed earlier this year.
Working in a now-active building with research scientists conducting experiments in the laboratories, the new scheme will require detailed planning of works to minimise disruption to operations. This will involve integrating existing services with the new infrastructure and carrying out the lifting operation to the roof of the new air source heat pump.
Dean Blackburn, project manager at SPIE UK, said: “Following the strong results we saw from the construction phase, we’re excited to continue our coordinated approach to continue to deliver great value whilst ensuring a high-quality standard of work.”