There are just a few months to go now before doors open into the Sir William Henry Building.
Construction on the new development completed in April and fit out work is now underway. This is a major stage of the building and involves significant amounts of research equipment, existing and new, being installed, as well as Av set up across all research and teaching spaces.
David Oldroyd, Senior Estates Project Manager commented:
“We are only a few months away from full completion of the building and I know colleagues and students are looking forward to being in this new facility. The building has been designed in a manner to present numerous opportunities for collaborative research and teaching to take place – all of which will contribute to the University’s ambition be highly impact focused and make a positive difference in the world.
Over the next few months, our focus remains on the fit-out and liaising closely with the schools moving into the building to ensure the transition is as speedy and smooth as possible.”
The latest stage of fit-out can be seen in the video below:
For more detailed information about the fit-out stage visit our FAQ’s section.