Live Projects

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ABC Building, Quay St, Manchester

Complete Regeneration have been appointed to carry out the internal demolition and strip-out works on the former Astley & Byron House.  The buildings are located on Quay St in the heart of Manchester City Centre.

The building is being rebranded to ABC and is part of the St Johns Development works.  The two office buildings are being revamped to house space aimed at digital, arts and media organisations.

John Summers High School

Complete Regeneration have been appointed to undertake the demolition works on the former John Summers High School.

The project includes the strip-out of the buidings, dismantling works and mechanical demolition.

Lancaster Castle

Complete Regeneration has been appointed as the demolition contractor on the £2.9m renovation works of Lancaster Castle.

Works include strip-out of the castle’s link block, hand demolition and careful dismantling and reclamation of stone work for use in the new building.

Buxton Hotel & Spa

Complete Regeneration has been appointed to undertake elements of internal and external structural demolition on the £33m project at The Crescent, Buxton.

The demolition work involves working around an array of structural challenges including extensive wood rot, which is raising varied technical issues onsite. The structures of the Grade I listed Crescent Building and adjoining Grade II listed Natural Baths have had to be temporarily supported throughout the transformation to provide total stability.

Manchester University Coupland Building

Complete Regeneration commenced works on this project in January 2016 and have been working on a phased basis ever since.

The scope of works includes internal demolition of lift shafts, staircases and structural walls along with a sympathetic internal soft-strip of the building which includes carefully removing floor coverings to expose the original flooring and removal of suspended ceilings and partition walls.