CG rendering of the new TeesAmp manufacturing park.
Jane Imrie

Multi-million pound Teesside manufacturing park takes shape

Designs are underway on factories in a multi-million pound Tees Valley manufacturing park expected to create hundreds of jobs in the region.

Middlesbrough-based firm Logic Architecture has begun designing the factories as part of phase one of the 180,000 sq ft TeesAmp manufacturing park.

Working on the project since its inception, the firm’s appointment to the scheme led to the creation of a new job, with the potential of more to follow with anticipated fit outs of the space available to manufacturers in the first phase.

Mark Barlow, co-founder and project architect at Logic Architecture, explained: “It’s a real privilege for our team, who live and work in Tees Valley, to play such a strategic part in shaping our industrial future.

“Middlesbrough and the wider Tees Valley has such strong manufacturing heritage; we’ve built half the world, from the ironworks that once stood on the TeesAMP site to the former shipyards on the Tees.

“TeesAMP will be the catalyst for an industrial renaissance in Tees Valley, and it’s on us as architects to make sure we create an industrial home that will stand the test of time.”

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