Electric vehicle innovator BorgWarner took over a former training centre so they could relocate a testing facility next to their main offices in Gateshead. 

With the existing building no longer fit for purpose, the move provided additional testing space and central base for operations. 

Works included;

By installing flexiable power and data facilities in the modular workshop and assembly rooms, it means these areas can be expanded or reduced to suit different projects. 

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