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Mechanochemical Cell Biology Building extension (2016)

Warwick Medical School embraces the University's commitment to be a centre for world-class research, training and innovation and has identified discovery research for improved healthcare as one of its key objectives. The goal of this extension is to provide suitable new quality laboratory with write up and support space in line with the Biomedical Cell Biology Division’s requirements.
  • Houses 2 Monash-Warwick Advanced Imaging Posts.

Essential Information

Start & Finish dates April 2015 – March 2016
Funded by University
Budget £4M
Requested by Warwick Medical School
Managed by Estates Office
Architects Boswell Mitchell Johnson Architects (Concept Design)
Quantity Surveyors Gleeds Cost Management Limited
Mechanical Engineers Couch Perry Wilkes (concept design)
Electrical Engineers Couch Perry Wilkes (concept design)
Structural Engineers Scott White Hookins (Concept Design)
Main Contractor Deeley Construction Ltd
Landscaping Deeley Construction Ltd


Basic Building Cost £4,627/m2
Services Costs £2,638/m2
External Works £97,000
Gross Floor Area 600m2
Total Area of Site TBC hectares
Function Areas and Their Size TBC m2
Area of Storage 11.25m2
Area of Circulation TBC m2
% of Ground Used by Community TBC %
% of Buildings Used by Community TBC m2
Electricity Consumption TBC KWh/m2
Fossil Fuel Consumption TBC KWh/m2
Low Carbon Energy Generation TBC KWh/m2
Water use TBC m3/person/year
Steps taken to reduce environmental impact TBC