The new £40 million high-tech Collaborative Teaching Laboratory (CTL), to facilitate the teaching of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) subjects, is part of a wider drive by the University of Birmingham to invest close to £500 million, over a five year period, to enhance the student experience on its Edgbaston campus.
- Client: Morgan Sindall
- Project: Collaborative Teaching Laboratories, University of Birmingham
- Location: Birmingham
- Sector: Education
- Value: £1.5 million
- Contract Duration: 27 weeks
- Services: Earthworks, Drainage, Reinforced Concrete Works
We have been appointed to work on the University of Birmingham’s Collaborative Teaching Laboratory (CTL) project.
Appointed by principal contractor, Morgan Sindall, we will deliver a host of civil engineering services, including: earthworks, drainage and reinforced concrete works – lift pits and web walls.
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