On 18, Jul 2012 | In Education | By cyan
- Project: Oxford Molecular Pathology Institute
- Client: OUED
- Architect: Nightingale/Make
- Project Value: £1,350,000
Designed in collaboration with Make, this competition-winning scheme creates a new facility adjoining the Sir William Dunn School of Pathology at the University of Oxford. The proposals replace an existing building to the north-west of the Dunn School, equipping the research institute with much needed, state-of-the-art flexible laboratory spaces and new computer services facilities. Laboratory spaces and office facilities are laid out around a grand open staircase which rationalises circulation and creates a social focal point within the building.
Our element of works included the design, supply and installation of drywall partitions, shaftwalls, wall linings, Glazed partitions and doorsets, MF ceilings, Armstrong metal ceilings, firestopping, acoustic wall panels and external render systems. This project required complete air tightness room to room so particular attention to sealing up was been made, this has been thoroughly checked through the Fireclad QA process.