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School of Engineering, University of Edinburgh

Facts

Client Cost Completion
University of Edinburgh £30m 2022

Project details

Our plans for a new School of Engineering for the University of Edinburgh form the first of a five-phase masterplan to transform the south west corner of the King’s Buildings Campus.

Several existing buildings will be demolished at the site to clear the way for the first of two projects that will form the new five storey School of Engineering which will enable the expanding faculty to relocate to modern new premises.

The new school will provide specialist teaching spaces along with laboratories, social zones and a catering facility all within an L-shaped brick and glazed facade building. This is the first module as part of the masterplan and will initially operate as a stand-alone building until future phases are delivered, though it has been designed to account for the potential connection to future modules.

Integrated services

architecture, civil and structural engineering, landscape architecture