This new development, part of the ESFA framework, will house over 700 new students. The building will facilitate students, academics and industry partners to work together on cutting edge industry projects.
The four-storey, 15,550 m² Science, Engineering & Environment Building will be occupied by various University’s departments. The building will incorporate high sustainability credentials, it will be fully electric powered. Supported by 154 roof mounted photovoltaic panels which will provide renewable energy.
This project was completed during the COVID-19 pandemic, safely and to programme. Our clients rated our performance from commercial to project delivery, we received an NPS score of 75 by various members of the site and design team.
We were especially commended on our project delivery and technical performance. Putting emphasis on our working relationship throughout this project.