University Of Glasgow

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Main contractor Multiplex Construction Europe Ltd has appointed engineering specialist SES Engineering Services (SES) to work on its £90 million learning space for the University of Glasgow. Designed by architects HLM, the seven-storey 16,640sqm new build James McCune Smith Learning Hub is the

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The University of Glasgow has unveiled plans to build a nanotechnology and precision medicine campus in Govan. Under proposals drawn up by Gleeds, the £118.5 million vision would see an area of derelict land close to the Clyde Tunnel transformed to form an enhanced James Watt Nanofabrication C

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A cycling Olympic gold medallist has been given a hero’s welcome after he returned to work following a whirlwind week in the Middle East. Twenty-year-old Glaswegian Ruairidh Brown finished top of the podium representing Great Britain in the 10K Time Trial at the Special Olympics World Games in

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Architecture practice Woods Bagot has been appointed to design and deliver a new building to house the University of Glasgow's School of Engineering. The new Engineering Building is part of the University's £1 billion Campus Development Programme, which is redeveloping the 14 acre site of the

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‌The design team for the University of Glasgow’s new College of Arts building has been appointed after a rigorous competition process. A team led by Hawkins\Brown Architects has been selected as the winner from a shortlist of six teams and over 20 applications.

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The University of Glasgow has applied for planning in principle for £40 million research hub at its 31-hectare Gilmorehill campus. Designed by HOK Architects, the 17,000sq/m project will provide a state-of-the-art facility for the university’s researchers to investigate significant global challen

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St Andrews' coast will be mapped as part of the project The damage that climate change could cause to nearly one fifth of Scotland’s coastline as well as important infrastructure and monuments from and the steps that could be taken to mitigate it will be forecast in a new two year research project

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Dr David Duncan, chief operating officer of the University of Glasgow (left) and John Ballantyne, executive director of Multiplex Global contractor Multiplex has signed the contract for the construction of the University of Glasgow’s campus development programme, one of the biggest educational inf

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