Murray Building Services recently secured an order from City Build Ltd to carry out the installation of the mechanical and plumbing services for a new three-storey community centre in Manchester.
The new build will replace the original centre that was built in 1988 to support the UKs LGBT+ community.
Years of fundraising and donors including the Big Lottery and Greater Manchester Combined Authority, made this £2.5m project possible. The centre will feature a café, community rooms, library and city-centre roof garden and will also incorporate some of the iconic yellow bricks from the original centre.
The LGBT+ Foundation was established in 1975 to support the needs of the diverse range of people who identify as lesbian, gay, bi and trans. The national charity has its roots in Greater Manchester and now supports over 40k people each year.
Murray Building Services has been working with City Build Ltd, Manchester for over a decade. Previous projects include: Southport and Manchester City Football Clubs, 42nd Street Centre, Ancoats, Manchester, Hillview Ward – Blackburn Royal Hospital, Manchester Alliance Church and BMI Park Square Offices.
View previous projects here.