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Mansell wins two Edinburgh university deals

Mansell has scooped two contracts worth almost £14 million for the University of Edinburgh.

The contractor has secured the £7.2 million deal to build an imaging facility in the basement of the Queen’s Medical Research Institute for the College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine.

It also won a deal worth around £6.7 million to refurbish seven floors of the medical buildings within the west wing of Teviot Place, creating a new facility for the establishment’s School of History, Classics and Archaeology.

The company also recently completed the New Waddington Building at Edinburgh University’s Kings Buildings Campus. That £4.6 million project involved the construction of a new three-storey facility.

Mansell commercial manager for Central Scotland Callum Leslie said: “We are extremely pleased to have been awarded these major contracts, which further strengthen our position within the industry, by once again highlighting our experience and expertise within the education sector.

“It is also pleasing to be maintaining our excellent, ongoing relationship with the University of Edinburgh.”