New Prater office opens in Manchester

Prater commits to Northern construction projects with new base

  • 6 Mar 2017

Prater has opened a new office in Manchester, to accommodate its ever-expanding team as they commit to taking on major projects in the North of England.

With the Northern Powerhouse driving construction projects in the North, Prater has seized the opportunity to enhance its regional portfolio by opening a new office in Manchester.

The office, which is located in the Manchester Business Park in Aviator Way, is currently home to Operational and Sales/Estimating resource. With several major projects lined up, including work on the prestigious Alliance Manchester Business School, Prater plans to expand the Manchester team.

Despite this acquisition, the company will continue to be managed centrally, by its senior board. By placing resources and sites in Manchester, Prater will ensure that its team is reaching clients on a regional basis.

The opening of the new office highlights Prater’s commitment to successful project delivery across the UK.

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