Refurbishment of Teaching Laboratories and Creation of a New Pharmacy
The Wolfson Teaching Laboratories were refurbished and redeveloped to create three separate teaching laboratories each accommodating fifty students at this world-renowned university. Laboratories were refurbished for organic chemistry, instrumentation and pharmaceutics and for pharmacology/biochemistry/microbiology. The project also provided a new Clinical Pharmacy Centre.
Robinson Kenning & Gallagher were appointed to provide all Architectural design works and Lead Designer co-ordination services required at the UCL School of Pharmacy, including co-ordination and liaison with the Contractor representatives on-site, attend the required design meetings and site visits.
The project consisted of full refurbishment of laboratories and teaching classes at ‘UCL School of Pharmacy’ Wolfston Undergraduate Teaching Facility. The main Contractor was ITC Concepts Ltd.
Project Value: £2m