|Morgan Ashurst wins £12m contract to build new research centre|
Morgan Ashurst wins £12m contract to build new research centre
Morgan Ashurst has been named the preferred bidder for a £12m contract to build the UK Stem Cell Bank and Influenza Resource Centre in Hertfordshire for the National Institute for Biological Standards and Control.
Morgan Ashurst will build a two-storey building to accommodate a UK stem cell bank, influenza resource centre, laboratories, office space, a plant room and service areas on site. The building will comprise of a steel frame sitting on concrete ground beams with concrete structural flooring throughout.
Around thirty-five scientists are expected to work in the centre, once it is completed in December 2009.