As noted in the President’s column, the official handover of Corrosion House in Northampton from the architect, was performed at the beginning of March.
Apart from the outer shell and the roof, the building has been gutted and rebuilt, with unbelievably fantastic results. It’s a 3-story building, the ground floor being dedicated for the Admin team, the middle floor for training, and the top floor as a conference room. Each floor has its own kitchen, and the training centre has a breakout facility for delegates.
Trevor Osborne commented that this is a world class facility fitting for the Institute of Corrosion and based in a location in easy reach for both national and global customers, and that we look forward to welcoming our customers and members to our new facility.
It’s state of the art, extremely well converted, and a credit to all those involved.