National design and construction company Mott MacDonald Bentley (MMB) has opened new co-located office premises at Carr Hall near Whalley in Lancashire.
Carr Hall will house staff from MMB and client United Utilities as the companies begin the delivery of United Utilities’ AMP6 Capital Programme.
Since February the building has been transformed by MMB, and now comprises contemporary open-plan office spaces with meeting rooms fitted-out with state-of-the-art technology.
The grand opening of Carr Hall saw a series of presentations delivered collaboratively between MMB and United Utilities. MMB Managing Director Paul Bentley and United Utilities Programme Services Director Neil Colman then cut the ceremonial ribbon and declared the office officially open.
At the opening MMB Commercial Director Alastair Binns commented, “Carr Hall provides MMB and United Utilities with a great new resource fit for the delivery of our AMP6 projects together.
“We are looking forward to using our experience to strengthen our relationship with United Utilities and provide efficient, first class outcomes for their customers across the region.”
MMB is one of four Construction Delivery Partners (CDPs) that will help deliver United Utilities’ AMP6, and potentially AMP7, Capital Programme.
This agreement will see MMB undertake the design and construction of projects across the whole of the United Utilities region and across the full spectrum of water and wastewater infrastructure and non-infrastructure assets, as well as energy related work.
Read more on MMB’s success in the AMP6 bidding process here.