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Museum is finalist in building award

21 September 2010

The People’s History Museum found out today that is has been successful in getting to the final four of a top property prize. 

The museum is one of the finalists for this year’s Greater Manchester Chamber Building of the Year Award.  The Award is given by the Chamber of Commerce to recognise some of the key construction projects in Greater Manchester that have been completed over the past year.   

Commenting on this year’s finalists, Steve Burne, Chairman of the Chamber’s Property and Construction Section, said: “This year’s finalists reflect the standard of the projects we are continuing to see across Greater Manchester, despite the recent difficult climate. As we look towards more positive times, this is the perfect opportunity to celebrate our architectural and construction achievements, which are crucial in the redevelopment of Greater Manchester and its growth as a major business centre.”

The other finalists competing with the museum for the prize are The Stockport Plaza restoration,  The Point at Old Trafford and The Christie Patient Treatment Centre.

The winner will be announced on 14 October.

For more information, see the Chamber of Commerce website http://www.gmchamber.co.uk/news/1726