New North West Office for The Pickstock Group
The Pickstock Group has opened an office in the centre of Manchester, on the top floor of 111 Piccadilly, providing a northern base for the group.
Andy Jones, Managing Director of Pickstock Construction commented “With a number of employees coming from the North West region, and with the amount of work taking place right across the country, this new office will benefit us greatly.”
The new office is in an ideal location, just a couple of minutes’ walk from Piccadilly train, tram and bus stations, and is therefore perfect for meetings and for the team commuting into the city.
The new office will also open up new opportunities to take on more employees from the North West region.
111 Piccadilly, previously known as the Rodwell Tower is a well-known commercial building in Manchester, completed in 1966 the building has undergone dramatic refurbishment internally and externally by owners Bruntwood. The offices now offers excellent specification, flexible office suites within modern, contemporary space.
Meanwhile, in London, The Pickstock Group is preparing to move from its current office near Holborn to a new purpose build office space close to Euston Station.
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