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Inverness uni seeks architect for hotel and research centre

[Requests to participate by 30 November] Inverness’ University of the Highlands and Islands is seeking an architect for a £12 million research centre and a 120-bed social enterprise hotel on its Beechwood Campus

A single design team is sought for both projects to provide an ‘integrated approach and continuum of design’. Works are required from RIBA stage C to L.

The £12 million research facility will incorporate two doctor’s surgeries in a bid to encourage and facilitate ‘interdisciplinary research’.

Landscaping works and a public art exhibition space will also be required. Housing 120 bedrooms, the four star hotel will be located close to the campus entrance.

Works are due to begin in March next year and conclude by June 2015.

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