BAM is asked to bring new life to Bath’s quayside heritage
TCN has appointed BAM Construction to breathe new life into an historic landmark in Bath. The £7m contract for the development of Newark Works, is part of the Bath Quays South, which BAM is already delivering next door (valued separately at over £21 million). Newark Works was the old home of one of Bath's most famous industrial firms – Stothert and Pitt.
The contract covers the full refurbishment of the historic buildings including new roof structures, replacement windows, and full internal reconfiguration to create 40,000 sq ft of workspace with ancillary retail and leisure facilities.
When this is completed it will provide a creative campus with a mix of units to suit 40-50 small and medium size companies. Along with individual units there will be a range of meeting areas, break out facilities, and amenities to engender a collaborative and inspiring environment.
The 16-month build programme has just commenced and it is scheduled to be completed and ready for businesses to move in by December 2021.
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