Located at Anglia Ruskin’s Cambridge Campus, the Science Centre is a major new £25m, 7,906 sq m facility; which brings together teaching space for all science disciplines; staff offices and a range of specialist teaching space.
The centre includes a 300-seat lecture theatre adapted for science subjects, and a 200-seat laboratory.
The new building has replaced the Bryant and Mellish Clark buildings and has been designed to complement the architecture in the surrounding architectural conservation area. The red brick exterior mirrors the historic university campus buildings. The roof has also been designed to be reminiscent of traditional sheet metal roof cladding.
DESIGN & CONSIDERING THE ENVIRONMENT
Morgan Sindall carefully designed the building to compliment its surroundings, and to consider the effect the building has on the environment. The project was designed to achieve BREEAM ‘Very Good’ rating, the building’s roof features photovoltaic panels that provide renewable energy. The centre produces 30 per cent less carbon than a conventional building, through generating its own electricity and uses gas more efficiently.
CCN PROJECT SPECContractor: Morgan Sindall
Subcontractor: M&S Contractors
Project Managers: Andy Fahy & David Stephenson
CCN supplied over 280 doorsets from our Ensign range doorsets.
- Postformed “CleanZONE” PVC doorsets with matching PVC vision panel beading.
- Bifolding reduced swing doorsets.
- Bespoke sliding wardrobe style cupboard doorsets.
- Vistamatic privacy panels supplied into doors.
- American White oak doors & matching frames.
- X-Ray “RadZONE” doorsets & timber screens.
FireZONE fire rated doorsets up to FD60s