Wellbeing Services at Mardon Hill
The University has invested in an additional space for students to access Wellbeing Services at the top of Mardon Hill on Streatham Campus.
The new facility will provide much needed additional space for face-to-face wellbeing appointments and counselling sessions with students in a relaxed, welcoming and private environment.
The new facility is close to existing Wellbeing Services based in Reed Hall and Reed Mews. Wellbeing colleagues that were previously based in Clydesdale House have relocated to the new building.
Wellbeing teams based in Reed Hall and Reed Mews continue to provide services to students and remain unchanged.
The new facility includes a reception and welcoming waiting area, confidential spaces, office space, and small and large meeting and appointment rooms. There is also a small group space in the existing chalet located outside, and the gardens are currently being landscaped to create a calm and relaxed environment.
The Wellbeing project supported the University’s target to reduce carbon emissions and improve sustainability standards to achieve Carbon Net Zero by 2030 and the University’s strategy 2030 vision to lead meaningful action against the climate emergency and ecological crisis. The building has achieved a BREEAM ‘Excellent’ rating, meaning it is of high sustainable performance for the environment. The project also achieved zero waste to landfill.
The building was created working alongside Premier Modular, who built the facility off-site using their ‘Modern Methods of Construction’. This produced 67 per cent less energy and resulted in up to 50 per cent less time spent onsite when compared with traditional methods.
The building opened at the end of October 2023.
Wellbeing Project Modular Construction
John Vickery is the Project Director for the Wellbeing Centre Project.
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For wellbeing services please see Wellbeing Services | Student Wellbeing | University of Exeter