Durham University selects professional services team
Durham University has appointed a team of construction consultants for two major construction projects.
Turner & Townsend has been chosen to deliver turnkey services alongside architect Faulkner Brown, engineer Buro Happold, landscape architect LUC and planning consultant DPP One.
The projects include a teaching block and sports facilities.
The new Centre for Teaching & Learning at Lower Mountjoy is planned to be an 8,000 m2 building with lecture theatres, teaching rooms, seminar rooms, education labs, learning zones and catering facilities. Outside term time, it will be capable of hosting conferences. It is anticipated the building will be completed by September 2019.
The second project is the enhanced Maiden Castle Sports Park, installing a 3G football/rugby pitch and two new water-based hockey pitches. The existing building will be extended to include an indoor sports hall, cricket facility and indoor tennis courts. It is anticipated that this work will be completed by autumn 2018.
Turner & Townsend will deliver project management and cost consultancy with overall responsibility for commissioning including architecture, landscaping, planning, civil & structural engineering, building services engineering, fire engineering, whole life costings and environmental assessment BREEAM.
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This article was published on 30 Mar 2017 (last updated on 30 Mar 2017).