Willmott Dixon has made a profound impact on the Midland’s economy in recent years. Our recent projects include delivering two substantial, award-winning facilities for Birmingham City University, the Parkside and Curzon buildings, which has transformed the Millennium Quarter, as well as the UK’s largest non-residential building constructed to Passivhaus standard, the Centre for Medicine at the University of Leicester. We’re currently constructing the new National College for High Speed Rail in Birmingham, which will train future engineers who will construct HS2.
We are working with the City of Lincoln Council to deliver the transformational Lincoln Transport Hub Scheme. Our industry leading science and technology skills are behind a host of new facilities such as Biocity’s Discovery Building in Nottingham, which will be completed in January 2017. These projects are encouraging start-up firms to locate and make the Midlands a centre for tech investment.