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AMEC has been appointed by Marks & Spencer to manage a multi-million pound programme to redevelop two stores in Liverpool and Edinburgh.


AMEC has been appointed by Marks & Spencer to manage a multi-million pound programme to redevelop two stores in Liverpool and Edinburgh.



AMEC will carry out the redevelopment of the Marks & Spencer’s Princes Street store in Edinburgh city centre. This involves refurbishment of the entire store together with major structural modifications, all undertaken while the store continues to trade. Work will be completed by the end of 2007.



In Liverpool city centre, AMEC has been appointed to work with Marks & Spencer and its designers to produce proposals for the redevelopment of the Church Street store, which will begin on site next year. Behind the retained façade of the former hotel building, a phased refurbishment programme will create a new Marks & Spencer flagship store in time to celebrate the city’s status as European Capital of Culture in 2008.



The new work follows the successful completion this year of seven remodelled stores in Bury, Dumfries, Handforth, Blackpool, Darlington, Workington and Pudsey.