HRH Prince of Wales Visits Another Wilson Mason Building

HRH Prince of Wales has visited his second Wilson Mason building in a year.

During his visit to Lancashire this week, he made a visit to the BAE Academy for Skills and Knowledge at Samlesbury, which completed late in 2016. The facility has been designed to engage with all ages, from primary school upwards. The core activity of the facility is to deliver life long learning in support of advanced manufacturing for those aged 16 and over.

The building combines training activities from across the region, allowing those participating to gain access to facilities that they may come across in their working life. Another key aspect of the facility is to enhance the ability to train those already working in new techniques to ensure currency of skills across staff of all ages.

Wilson Mason used the project to support their professional training as the team included Dan Barber who was greatly involved in the project. Dan Barber stated that ‘this project helped me to complete my Advanced Diploma in Professional in Architecture and qualify as an architect’.

Prince Charles to visit Clitheroe and BAE for the first time in over ten years