The University of Strathclyde is working with government and industry partners to create the £65 million National Manufacturing Institute Scotland in Inchinnan. The 124,000-sf facility will house the Digital Factory 2050, the Manufacturing Skills Academy, the Innovation Collaboratory, and a business forum. The project team includes lead designer HLM Architects, Waterman Civil & Structural Engineers, Davie + McCulloch Building Services Engineers, Robinson Low Francis LLP Cost Mangers, and project manager Turner & Townsend. The value of the construction contract is approximately £35 million and groundbreaking is expected in 2020. Sited adjacent to Glasgow International Airport in Renfrewshire, the center is part of a new advanced manufacturing innovation district that will span 158 acres.