10th February 2008
A second Royal Exchange scheme secured by ISG InteriorExterior
Following the successful completion of the Royal Exchange on Threadneedle Street, London in 2003 ISG InteriorExterior has been selected for the £3.6 million strip out, alterations and reconfiguration of the Royal Exchange in Manchester.
The works will be taking place in the core of the shopping centre whilst the shops surrounding the exchange will continue to trade.
Full details, images and plans of the refurbishment are below!(I'm sure I posted it before? But for those who haven't seen it yet, have a butchers!)ISG InteriorExterior to refurbish listed shopping centre in Manchester
ISG InteriorExterior has won a £4m contract with Quintain Estates and Development to refurbish the grade II listed, Royal Exchange shopping centre in Manchester town centre.
The refurbishment will involve a complete makeover of the ground floor shopping mall which consists of 15 shopping units and a bar/café area, and a restaurant and spa at first floor level.
It will also see a reconfiguration of the atrium to expose the existing barrel-vault roof and an upgrade of the present lift system.
The project is due to complete in spring 2006.
Manchester’s historic Royal Exchange shopping centre is set over three floors and a mezzanine level, with an exterior that dates back to 1729.