Milestone at Queen’s Building, University of Bristol
4 December 2017
The current phase of our improvement works for the Faculty of Engineering has successfully completed and handed over to the University of Bristol. This phase of works provides high-quality social areas and office spaces to facilitate teaching and research growth. The revitalised main entrance is a particular gem; original timber panelling and stone-faced walls are retained while a new reception is cohesively integrated, including a showcase feature wall displaying typical engineering materials.
The phased refurbishment and interior design works spread over three floors in the centre of the northern wing of the existing 1950’s Queen’s Building. The scope includes the main reception, a new café, student study rooms, faculty offices, student support functions, general laboratories, break-out spaces and improved toilet facilities to be more inclusive to all genders.
The project will make a transformative difference to the staff, student and visitor experience!
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