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CWA Engineering - Aston University - Structural & Civil Engineering

Life Sciences Building, Aston University

Aston University Academy of Life Sciences is a biomedical research facility comprising of a new teaching block, operating theatre, lecture theatres, offices and research laboratories.
  • Client:
    Aston University

  • Location:
    City Centre, Birmingham

  • Project Value:

  • Services Provided:
    Civil and Structural Engineering

  • Added Value:
    CWA worked closely with the Architect and specialist suppliers of medical equipment to ensure the building structure met all the stringent requirements involved in such a highly serviced environment.

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    Life Sciences Building, Aston University

The construction is a two storey steel frame with precast floors. The external materials penetrate the inside of the building in order to truly reflect a solid element. A decision was made to separate the accommodation over two floors, which allowed for a much more compact floor plate, resulting in a larger area of natural landscaping to be retained around the project.

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