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Regent's Place site may need workers with electrical course qualifications

Technicians who have completed electrical courses could be required to complete the final phase of the Regent's Place complex in London, which is set to be managed by Bovis Lend Lease.

The multinational firm will handle the construction of the north-east quadrant of the project, which is set to be delivered by the summer of 2013, according to Construction Enquirer.

It went on to say that the site will double in size over the next few years as the final stage of the development is finished, with engineers who have taken electrical courses potentially needed at various points of the process.

The online resource highlighted how the full Regent's Place complex will boast three glass towers of up to 16 storeys of office space, while 25-storey residential building is also in the plans.

Bovis Lend Lease, which was founded in London in 1885, beat Mace and Sir Robert McAlpine to secure the