Advanced Manufacturing Project

Building area 24,500m2

Contract period 2016 – 2017

Project value £25m

 

Magna BDW Technologies International are a leading global automotive supplier. Appointed in early 2016, Bond Bryan provided full architectural services for the creation of this new aluminium foundry on the client’s 9.4-hectare site.

 

The building occupies approximately half of the site, orientated North South as the most economic arrangement for future expansion.  The building’s façades comprise of a precast concrete plinth at low level with composite panels laid vertically above.  The shipping building is clad using a profiled cladding system.  Vertical glazed panels punctuate the façade and the offices are provided with full height glazing to maximise daylight and views out.

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