Staff are now moving into the newly refurbished School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies on University Road, in preparation for the start of the academic year. Our slideshow above gives a flavour of the great facilities we Read More
The School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies received official handover of their new building at the end of July 2016. The £7.6m year-long project has involved a complete refurbishment of the former School of Geography site, Read More
As the School prepares to move to its new location on University Road, Sewell (the contractors for the project) comment on the final stages of the building renovation: “We have finally come to the end of our journey on this project, Read More
The restoration work of our new School building has seen excellent progress over the last couple of months. The contractors, Sewell, have finally completed the external structure of the building. They are now working on the interior to finish things off Read More
All the internal demolition work in the main building is now complete – now the work has shifted to hacking back any defective plaster and preparing the internal walls in readiness to start putting the building back together. Work has Read More
Nearly all of the redundant services have now been stripped out of the geography building, and work has commenced on the demolition of the Animal Annexe. The contractor is on target to complete the demolition by end of this week.
Work has been going very well for the School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies’ relocation to a fully refurbished ‘geography’ building at the heart of campus next summer. Providing an update, Mark Dodgson (Project Manager at Read More