Works are underway to transform the Mathematical Sciences building on the Mile End campus, including complete internal refurbishment, recladding of the existing tower and a single storey extension to the north.
24 January 2018
Home to the School of Mathematical Sciences, the £18m project will fully modernise the building which has been a familiar site on the Mile End Road since the 1960s, due in part to its iconic Penrose tiling.
Boris Khoruzhenko, Head of the School of Mathematical Sciences, commented: “The School is delighted that work is now underway on the Maths Building. We are already looking forward to returning next year to a transformed building where students, staff and visitors can work together in a fantastic new environment. It will make a huge difference to the School to have a state-of-the-art space to work and study in.”
Estates and Facilities are working with GRAHAM Construction to deliver an inspiring, collaborative space for students and staff of the School of Mathematical Sciences. The project includes the provision of high-quality teaching spaces, a range of private and group study areas and a new social space to provide an informal hub for School-related events and activities. Postgraduate taught students will benefit from a dedicated computer lab and additional study space.
For more information about the project, please contact Emmanuel Nibo, Senior Project Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.