Jaynic, the developer of Suffolk Park, Bury St Edmunds, has been appointed as development managers on the fit-out contract of the SP206 warehouse for M H Star which it has just sold to the consumer goods importer.
The fit out for M H Star will include internal reconfiguration, sprinklers and racking installations on the 206,000 sq ft unit.
Jaynic’s construction director, Jason Newman, said: “We are delighted to have won the contract as development managers on the M H Star fit-out with the building due to be delivered by the end of October in time for the November opening of the facility. We are going out to tender on the fit-out contract in the next few weeks.”
The sale and fit-out completes phase one of the warehouse development, the 147,000 sq ft first unit having been let to Unipart and the resulting investment sold to the Charities Property Fund last summer.
Elsewhere at Suffolk Park the 112,000 sq ft first phase of Treatt Plc’s new global headquarters, where Jaynic is also the development manager, is due for completion this summer.
Development director Ben Oughton, said, “We are delighted with progress at Suffolk Park over the last couple of years and are in discussions with other occupiers on further deals.”
Suffolk Park’s agents are Bury St Edmunds based Hazells Chartered Surveyors, Cambridge agents Bidwells and Savills London’s logistics department.