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Materials and Analytical Sciences Building (2011)

 
The Materials and Analytical Sciences building is a science complex with a cutting edge design, housing material and analytical science research and encouraging interdisciplinary science projects.
  • A world class facility to support the research of the Scientists at Warwick.
  • The holistic, sustainable design delivers an Energy Performance Rating of 'A' - one of the University's key principles.

Essential Information


Start & Finish dates March 2010 – October 2011
Funded by University Capital Plan / CIF
Budget £24.25M
Requested by Chemistry and Physics Departments
Managed by Turner & Townsend
Architects Boswell Mitchell and Johnson
Quantity Surveyors Turner & Townsend
Mechanical Engineers Couch Perry & Wilkes
Electrical Engineers Couch Perry & Wilkes
Structural Engineers Arup
Main Contractor BAM Construction
Landscaping Churchman Landscape Architects

Statistics


Basic Building Cost 3,766£/m2
Services Costs 1,955£/m2
External Works 60£/m2
Gross Floor Area 4,699m2
Total Area of Site 0.587 hectares
% of Ground Used by Community 0%
% of Buildings Used by Community 0%
Electricity Consumption 28kWh/m2
Gas and Heat Consumption 105kWh/m2
Low Carbon Energy Generation Yes