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Miller completes aviation heritage restoration

Miller has restored an iconic art deco building as part of a new £70m business park for aircraft maker Airbus.

The contractor restored the Grade II-listed Pegasus House in Filton, which was once the headquarters of the Bristol Aeroplane Company.

It is also building the new 25,000 sq m headquarters for Airbus’s UK engineering team nearby, which will open at the end of the year.

Work on Pegasus House, which will accommodate 300 staff, included restoration of heritage features such as a four-storey stained glass window as well as upgrades to heating, mechanical and electrical services and structural alterations. The work took 18 months.

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