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Geospatial Building, University of Nottingham, by Maber Architects

[FIRST LOOK + PROJECT DATA] Maber Architects’ new £4.5 million Geospatial Building for the University of Nottingham has opened its doors to students and staff

The building in the university’s Innovation Park, close to the Jubilee Campus, has been hailed as a ‘regional beacon in terms of research and training facilities’.

The three-storey block, which features a roof-top laboratory, has become the new home for the university’s Centre for Geospatial Science, the Galileo Research and Applications Centre of Excellence (GRACE) and the Institute of Engineering Surveying and Space Geodesy (IESSG).

Geospatial Building, University of Nottingham, by Maber Architects

Geospatial Building, University of Nottingham, by Maber Architects - atrium

Project Data

Architects: Maber Architects 
Location: The University of Nottingham’s Innovation Park, close to its Jubilee Campus
Type Of Project: University/education/research
Structural Engineers: Price & Myers
Project Architect: Maber Architects 
Design Team: Nick Keightley, Alex Lipinski, Ravi Matharu
Client: The University of Nottingham
Funding: Jointly funded by East Midlands Development Agency and The University of Nottingham
Tender date: March 2008
Start on site date: 27 October 2008
Construction completion date : 28 September 2009
Contract duration: 49 weeks
Internal fit out complete: Christmas 2009
Gross internal floor area: 2188m²
Form of contract and/or procurement: Design and Build
Total cost: £4.7million
M&e consultant: Edmond Shipway
Quantity surveyor: WT Partnership
Project Manager: Sand Project Management
Planning supervisor: WSP Safety
Lighting consultant: Not applicable
Main contractor: Clegg Construction
Annual co2 emissions: 33Kg/CO2/m²/ annum

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