Bragg Building Information Event
Leeds is staging a general information event regarding the largest single investment to date in the University’s estate.
An artist's impression of the new Sir William Henry Bragg Building
The Sir William Henry Bragg Building is being developed between the Schools of Chemistry and Electronic & Electrical Engineering, on the north east side of the campus.
Construction starts in late May 2018 and the new building will be completed in summer 2020.
This is a hugely important and exciting development for the University, and were keen to inform and update you on the plans and progress to date, as well as answer any questions you may have.
Aimed at staff and students, the free information event is being staged between 2pm and 4pm on Wednesday 21 March at Lecture Theatre G35, School of Chemistry.
The £96 million building will become home to the Schools of Computing and Physics & Astronomy, with direct links to the School of Chemistry and Faculty of Engineering, forming an integrated campus of engineering and physical sciences.
The Sir William Henry Bragg Building will provide an exceptional environment for collaborative research, with high specification laboratories and facilities, as well as enhanced teaching space.
The building will also incorporate the Bragg Centre for Materials Research, which will bring together researchers from schools across the University campus and beyond to create an environment that will foster ground-breaking, interdisciplinary research to accelerate impact on society.
Contact Campus Developments for further information.
* For anyone who is unable to attend this event, please visit the Parkinson Building on the 22 and 23 March, 9am to 5pm, to see an exhibition of the plans and images of the Sir William Henry Bragg Building. You will also be able comment and provide feedback.Posted in: University newsResearch and innovation