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Prime Minister Opens Williams Advanced Engineering Facility

Prime Minister David Cameron has opened the new Williams Advanced Engineering site, located at the same Grove site as the Williams Martini Racing team. He was joined at the launch by Williams Team Principal Sir Frank Williams, Group CEO Mike O’Driscoll and Williams Advanced Engineering Managing Director Craig Wilson. The 3,800 sq. building is the result of an £8m investment by Williams over the past couple of years, and features a groundfloor workshop with Formula One inspired build bays. The facility will be able to accommodate up to 250 design engineers, and also features a number of confidential rooms where projects can be discussed in absolute privacy and secrecy. A statement from...
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