Ground Breaking at University Engineering School

Today saw the ground breaking for new School of Engineering which featuring a rail innovation centre at the University of Birmingham.

The new 136,500 sq ft  school will be built in conjunction with Willmott Dixon, Arup and Mace and be situated on the Edgbaston campus. It will feature nearly 27,000 sq ft dedicated to research partnerships with the rail industry as part of the UK Rail Research and Innovation Network (UKRRIN).

UKRRIN is a £92m partnership between the rail supply chain and eight universities with the project due for completion in 2020.

University Green Heart Project Opens
University Green Heart Project Opens

18.01.19

The enviable public space has been ceremonially opened by the Vice Chancellor Professor Sir David Eastwood

Refurbishment of Old University Gymnasium Completed
Refurbishment of Old University Gymnasium Completed

04.12.18

Saved from demolition and converted into extensive student teaching and office space, the Old Gym at the University of Birmingham, has been successfully re-purposed for a modern teaching facility