The Education Estates Awards has crowned the UCL Student Centre Project of the Year, an achievement that specifically recognises a new build project that enhances the educational/research experience. The centre also won the Pupil/Student Experience Award which acknowledges a learning establishment that significantly improves its students’ experience, and positively enhances health and wellbeing, via a buildings or facilities investment.
Our building services engineering, lighting and acoustic teams worked with Nicholas Hare Architects, Mace, Arcadis, AECOM and Curtins on the BREEAM Outstanding project. It is designed to facilitate 24/7 usage and offers 1,000 new flexible learning spaces, tailored for research and collaboration.
Building services engineering principal James Hepburn said "To be recognised with two awards that put clients and occupants at the forefront is fantastic! The project and its success represent the power of collaboration, and it’s been a pleasure working with a client and team that have delivered such a groundbreaking exemplar."