Aztec completes office revamp at Murray House

Michael Hunt

Fit out firm Aztec has completed a refurbishment of a two-storey office occupied by further education consultancy IEC Abroad, located in Murray House at 85-87 Piccadilly, Manchester city centre.

The office, which totals 12,000 sq ft in total across the first and second floors, is being used as IEC Abroad's head office to educate and train international students who want to gain access into first class higher educational institutions.

 IEC Abroad office at Murray HouseAztec, which has offices in Liverpool and Manchester, completed the contract within four weeks.

Rob Maxwell, Aztec managing director, said: "Studying in the UK is an excellent and rewarding experience for all nationalities. The UK is one of the most competitive markets in the world and we are operating in a multinational and global economy that is still despite what a lot of the economists are saying is still struggling. With this facility it is creating a foundation for students who understand that academic success is unquestionably essential and the project has been a pleasure to have been involved with.

Murray House is owned by private company Philip Davies Holdings and offers floorplates up to 6,512 sq ft. WHR Property Consultants is the sole letting agent on the building.

IEC Abroad also has an office in India.

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