Citylabs 2.0 & 3.0 Manchester, UK

Sheppard Robson, in collaboration with Bruntwood, Manchester Science Partnerships and Central Manchester Foundation Trust (CMFT), has drawn up plans for two major science buildings, Citylabs 2.0 and Citylabs 3.0. Our work at Citylabs 2.0 includes a major fit-out for tenants Qiagen, developing a design that brings together laboratory, office and collaboration space.

The two buildings sit on the south west corner of the CMFT’s historic estate and form the southern gateway to Europe’s largest clinical-academic campus. Similar to the Sheppard Robson-designed Citylabs 1.0 which was completed in 2015, the new additions to the campus will provide high-specification, flexible office, laboratory, and clinical space that is set right in the heart of Corridor Manchester – the city’s knowledge quarter. The expansion of the facility will enable biomedical companies to grow and co-create new health products, in collaboration with the NHS and academia.

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