Bragg Building Development Works
Work is due to start shortly to prepare for the development of the Sir William Henry Bragg Building.
A map showing the area of campus affected by the first phase of works for the Sir William Henry Bragg Building development
Construction company BAM plans to put up new hoardings along Woodhouse Lane on Monday 5 March, resulting in some disruption and potential traffic delays.
As part of the works, there will no longer be a through-route between the arches near the School of Chemistry to Woodhouse Lane (see the map on this page for more details).
The delivery and exit routes in this area will also come under BAMs control, with workers guiding vehicles on and off the site.
We apologise for any inconvenience caused. Please bear with us as we deliver this significant project.
Full construction work will start in late May and is scheduled to run for two years.
The Sir William Henry Bragg Building is the largest single investment to date in our estate and will become home to the Schools of Computing and Physics & Astronomy, with direct links to the School of Chemistry and Faculty of Engineering. The new building will incorporate the Bragg Centre for Materials Research, which will bring together researchers from schools across the University campus and beyond.
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