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Design team sought to revamp Edinburgh University science buildings

[PQQ must be returned by 2 February 2012] The University of Edinburgh is on the hunt for architect-led design teams for the refurbishment and remodelling of its Roger Land and James Clerk Maxwell buildings

The contract is broken into two parts but requires the appointed architect to refurbish both buildings. Works are expected to begin spring 2013.

The £1 million remodelling of the James Clerk Maxwell building is expected to take less than 12 weeks.

The Robertson Library within the building will become undergraduate teaching labs while the upper floor will be converted into workspaces.

The £2.5 million refurbishment of the Roger Land building is expected to take 26 weeks to complete.

The James Clerk Maxwell Building is home to the university’s school of physics and astronomy while the Roger Land building is occupied by the biological sciences department.

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