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Mace fit-out arm wins £13.2m KPMG contract

Mace’s fit-out arm Como has secured its first commission in Birmingham under a £13.2 million contract for new client KPMG.

Located in the heart of the Jewellery Quarter at One Snowhill, the £13.2 million contract is currently the biggest fit-out job in Birmingham, covering 120,000 sq ft of space.

Works on this 30-week fast track fit-out job include revamping levels seven to 11 and the ground floor reception.

The work is due for completion in October 2009.

Designed by MCM Architecture, the project incorporates several interesting features and high specification finishes in the ground floor reception, auditorium and private dining areas.

Also included in the works is a staff restaurant, break out area and kitchen on level 10, which will supply the private dining areas on level 11.

Some of the key challenges on this project include working with and around the incumbent base build contractor and later in the project, the craneage of the standby generator up on the roof and the associated riser works.

Project team comprises Turner and Townsend, project manager, Rider Levett Bucknall, costs consultant and White Young Green, M&E consultants.

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