Work has completed on a new multi-storey car park and hotel at Circle Square in Manchester city centre. Russell’s Construction was appointed by developer Bruntwood as the main contractor for the delivery of the project. Creagh were enlisted to manufacture, supply & fit stair cores, hollowcore flooring and bespoke inset brick panels.
The first ten floors of the 16-storey hybrid building encompass a 1,014-space car park, with a 158-bed hotel located on top of the car park.
The aerial images show the size of the site, with the concrete cores, supplied by Creagh and steelwork structure showing the scale of the large development.
Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios served as concept architect for the car park and hotel, with the design reflecting the city’s industrial past. Inspired by the nearby 19th century warehouses, the building was constructed from a pre-cast concrete panel system, using inset bricks (supplied by Creagh) which draw on Manchester’s rich links to the grand infrastructure of the Victorian era.
Located on the former BBC site on Oxford Road, Circle Square is a joint venture between Bruntwood SciTech and Select Property Group that saw the creation of a pioneering new urban destination boasting over 1700 new homes, 1.2 million sq. ft. of workspace and over 100,000 sq. ft. of retail and leisure space. Circle Square also features the first and largest new city park for generations, providing much needed green space in the city.Structures Brochure Download