Assistant Building Surveyor
October 2017 - construction begins
2018 - completion
The planned work will refurbish the existing Clayden building and incorporate an extension to create a computational teaching space for approximately 30 students and a number of academic offices for 18 to 20 staff. This facility will provide accommodation for the Q-Step Centre, part of the College of Social Sciences and International Studies, and enable the Centre to be developed. The robust plans in place for the development will ensure that we demonstrate value for money balanced with the University's need for modern teaching and academic space.