Clancy Consulting Supports MIPIM Recognised Project NOMA

Article posted on: 25th March 2015

Clancy Consulting is delivering civil and structural services in support of the new city square in NOMA, the 20-acres mixed-use, responsibly designed neighbourhood in Manchester’ s city centre.

The new development will create a public square between the iconic CIS Tower, New Century House and Hanover, providing a safe and welcoming space that promises a mix of cafés, restaurants, bars and shops nestled amongst the characterful buildings of the NOMA listed estate. It is due to be completed by September 2015.

The project, supported by the European Regional Development Fund, has been designed by Manchester-based architects Planit-IE, and contractors Casey are on-site undertaking initial construction works.

The public realm is the first of a number of construction projects to begin on site at NOMA in 2015.

Clancy Consulting is supporting The Casey Group in the remodelling of thenew city square: the scope of work to support the new layout includes: · Lowering of the existing road levels to ultimately open up the current basement floor level · Installation of a new feature staircase (incorporating a new external lift) · Remodelling of the drainage to work with the revised levels · Design to reduce a currently underground portion of the building to suit new levels · Anciliary foundations and concrete support structures to steps seats and planters · Vehicle tracking Click here to view fly-through film produced by Virtual Planit. For further information relating to this project please contact our marketing department at: marketing@clancy.co.uk

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