ISG lands £50m university law block
ISG won a £50m project to create a new home for the Faculty of Business and Law at the University of the West of England in Bristol.
The five-storey, 185,000 sq ft building is a key element of the University’s development masterplan at Frenchay Campus.
ISG will deliver the project to Building Information Modelling Level 2 with all design information shared between project stakeholders to create a computer-based model of the project.
Rob Martin, ISG’s Western regional managing director, said: “UWE Bristol has significant built environment expertise as the university of choice for students looking to pursue a career in the industry. Working in partnership on this landmark building is an exciting proposition, providing the opportunity to implement many of the most advanced methodologies used in modern construction.
“The project team will foster strong links with the student community, with a wealth of training and work experience opportunities for UWE Bristol students. The Faculty of Business and Law is a true legacy project, proving an outstanding addition to the Frenchay Campus and an invaluable learning resource for the university.”
Grant Prior | Thu 2nd April | Construction Enquirer