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Cryfield Energy Centre (2014)

The Cryfield Energy Centre was built to support efficient generation of heating and electricity on campus for the next ten years of development. It is part of the University's work to meet Government carbon reduction targets for Higher Education Institutions.
  • Can provide 4MWe of electricity and 9MW of heating.
  • Along with our existing Boiler House, it will increase University carbon savings by around 3,000 tonnes per year.

Essential Information

Start & Finish dates September 2013 to December 2014
Funded by University of Warwick
Budget £8.9 million
Requested by Estates Office
Managed by Estates Office
Architects Cullinan Studio (concept architects)
Quantity Surveyors Gleeds Cost Management
Mechanical Engineers Hoare Lea (concept engineers)
Electrical Engineers Hoare Lea (concept engineers)
Structural Engineers Scott White & Hookins (concept engineers)
Landscaping Cullinan Studio (concept architects)


Basic Building Cost £7,058/m2
Services Costs £4,350/m2
Gross Floor Area 850m2