Nottingham Trent University has undergone a multi-million pound development at its Clifton Campus, with the creation of new teaching and learning facilities and social space.

The major transformation named, ‘Heart of the Campus’, includes two new buildings, the ‘Pavilion’ and the ‘Teaching and Learning’ building, both of which were design by Evans Vettori Architects and constructed by Main Contractor GF Tomlinson.

The new state of the art facilities have been designed to provide a high quality environment to inspire students for generations to come, with the Teaching and Learning Building accommodating up to 800 students within three Lecture Theatres, with flat and tiered spaces to suit, along with eight Teaching and two Seminar Rooms.

The Pavilion offers dual levels of social study space including collaborative booths and enclosed learning ‘pods’ for group study. Additionally, a Barista and seating areas are available for students and staff to socialise in the communal areas.

The project has received an EPC rating of A and BREEAM Excellent for the Pavilion and Very Good for the Teaching Building.

Derry Ltd have also completed the services installation to the upgraded Refectory which sits adjacent to the Pavilion and provides a seamless transition between the two spaces.

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