FCS Associates

Enterprise & Innovation Centre Main Contractor

Nottingham Trent University (NTU) propose to develop a new Enterprise Innovation Centre (EIC), sited within the heart of the City Campus. The EIC will provide the focus for all the University’s enterprise activities and will create a dynamic learning environment where student and graduate entrepreneurs can interact and collaborate with academics, researchers, small growing businesses and larger companies.

Site and Design Information
The site lies to the north of the 1976 Dryden Building, on a brownfield site, which originally comprised Victorian terraced houses, prior to post-war demolition.
The building is constrained by the adjacent bank of trees and the resultant root protection zones to the North and West of the site and is constrained on the East by the boundary and on the South by the Dryden Building.

The new building will provide 2000m2 of gross internal floor area over four floors. The ground to second floor will align with the existing floors of the occupied Dryden building.  Logistics, mitigation of disruption and programme will be critical to the delivery of the development.

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Service: Proposed Enterprise & innovation Centre Main Contractor

Organisation: Nottingham Trent University

Deadline: 11/01/19

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