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An all-British project management and design group has been appointed to work on a £12.5 million business centre project in Budapest, Hungary.The team consists of Feasibility East as project manager, Fitzroy Robinson International as architect, Kenchington Ford International as structural engineer and Powell Liddle Partnership as mechanical and electrical engineer.They have been appointed by a joint investment and contracting partnership led by the Japan International Development Organisation (JAIDO). The other main partners are Nichimen Corporation of Japan and Austrian contractor Universale Bau.Work includes the construction of a reinforced frame complex containing 8,000 sq m of offices, business suites, shops and housing at Horvat utca on the Buda side of the Danube. CONSTRUCTION NEWS