Engineering Growth Project
The Engineering Growth Project is a £19 million investment to support teaching and learning to equip the whole Faculty of Engineering with state-of-the-art spaces and equipment.
A major new extension and refit of existing released space in the Queen's Building provides:
- A large flexible space to support active learning, seminars, design classes and group-working sessions. Can be used as one large space for more than 450 people or divided into smaller spaces for around 150 people.
- A new flexible open-plan Engineering teaching laboratory for up to 200 in one group or multiple simultaneous classes and workshop spaces.
- Increased and fully-modernised electrical teaching laboratory facilities.
- A new state-of-the-art engines and propulsion laboratory combining traditional and green technologies.
- Bookable student-only study space, social learning spaces and project rooms, and a meeting space.
- A fully-modernised Non-Destructive Testing laboratory and Faraday cage.
- New research offices for staff and students.
- A new café, remodelled entrance and 24-hour access student learning spaces.
- A new entranceway on Woodland Road, opening up a much clearer relationship between the two large Engineering buildings and improving the overall co-location of the Faculty.
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