Merchant Exchange 17-19 Whitworth Street West Manchester M1 5WG
“Our people are proud to be able to look across the changing skyline and see the key projects we have contributed to in the Manchester region over the 40 years we’ve been established here. We have seen Manchester become a truly global city with unique partnerships between public and private sector that produce trail blazing results; and we have played a part in these significant projects.”
Jon Moister, Board Director
Our Manchester office is entirely wheelchair accessible. The entrance from the street is level and a wheelchair lift in the foyer takes you up a small staircase where you will be able to use another lift to reach our first floor office. We are across one floor and all facilities, including our meeting room and the toilet are accessible.
If you have any further questions or would like us to help you plan your visit, please contact our team and we would be happy to support you.
Train: Our office is located in between Deansgate and Manchester Oxford Road, just 0.2 miles from each.
Bus: Deansgate Station is a short distance from our office,
Car: You have quite a few parking options near to the office with the closest multi-storey at Q-Park First Street on Anne Horniman St. Click here to reserve your space (https://maps.parkbee.net/?endTime=2023-06-02T17:00:00.000Z&startTime=2023-06-02T15:00:00.000Z)
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