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Wildgoose to build Bradford mortuary

Wildgoose Construction has been awarded a tender to build a £4 million public forensic mortuary building at Bradford.

Work will cover construction of the steel framed 1010 sq m mortuary over 52 weeks at Burnham Avenue, Bradford.

The project, due for completion in January 2009, is for Bradford Metropolitan District Council.

Architects are James Totty of Sheffield and Wildgoose - one of Derbyshire's oldest privately owned construction companies, established in 1896 - is main contractor.