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University of Salford, Masterplan Landscaping

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The University of Salford seeks a landscape architect to provide architectural and environmental input into the development of phase one of the approved masterplan and the delivery of all projects that come out of this phase

The Consultant is to provide a coherent landscape design for the campus. This will involve realigning the main thoroughfare through the campus so that a community spine is created linking key entries and focal points of the campus. General works to upgrade external areas in keeping with the intentions of the masterplan, to create vibrant, accessible and active hard and soft landscaped environments.

The project will involve developing the services infrastructure for gas, water and electrical services.

The consultant will be required to develop a clear way finding strategy and produce a pallet of materials for all public realm works on the University to create a distinct identity for the University. This will include signage, street furniture, paving, planting schemes, public art and sculpture, public lighting and access control onto the campus.

The Consultant will be required to assess the environmental value of the various elements of its land ownership and its surrounding areas (Peel Park, David Lewis playing fields, etc), and develop an environmental sustainability policy with the University to sit alongside the Masterplan.

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