Sir William Henry Bragg Building
Work begins: Spring 2017
Work due to be completed: Completed Autumn 2021
Brief: A new £96m development, the Sir William Henry Bragg Building, will be constructed to create an integrated campus for Engineering and Physical Sciences to build on a shared interaction between these disciplines.
Located on the north east quarter of campus the new 15,700m2 building will enable the integration of the University disciplines of Engineering, Physics and Astronomy, and Computing along with the provision of critical central teaching and social interaction spaces.
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This investment will foster a culture of inter-disciplinary working in the development of novel materials to address 21st Century challenges in many areas, including energy efficient computing, telecommunications, sustainable magnetic materials, sensors for use in biological systems and extreme or remote environments, pharmaceutical formulations, ‘smart foods’ and medical technologies.
The facility will include first-class laboratory and specialised teaching spaces, enabling cutting-edge research, and outstanding student experience, whilst enhancing the University’s research power and strengthening collaboration with industry.
Project Manager: David Oldroyd, Estates Services. E. firstname.lastname@example.org
Service/Faculty Facilities Manager: Jerry Lee. E. J.Lee@leeds.ac.uk
Site Manager: Jonathan Conway. E. email@example.com
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