Works underway at flagship Durham University, Centre for Teaching and Learning project
Works are well underway at the new prestigious, £40 million Durham University Teaching & Learning Facility at the Lower Mountjoy site. The flagship project is due to be completed in September 2019 and is part of the Universities 2017 – 2027 strategy to deliver outstanding educational facilities.
The new Teaching and Learning Centre will have lecture theatres, teaching rooms, education labs, student learning zones and catering facilities. It has been designed to host major academic conferences, bringing tourism to the surrounding areas. The development is targeted to achieve BREEAM excellence and has been designed to complement existing buildings and British Heritage sites.
As an incumbent framework supplier to Durham University, ACEDA have been involved with the project since 2017, providing tender support, technical literature and cost appraisals. At the beginning of the year ACEDA started work onsite to install and commission a CAT6A data network infrastructure, fibre network, Wireless LAN, Access Control and Intruder Detection system.
The esteemed project is being closely monitored by key stakeholders and there is an emphasis on quality of work, health & safety and achieving project deliverables. ACEDA are regularly audited by 3rd party manufacturers to ensure the standard of work is compliant with the Universities high standards and expectations.
Paul Warnes, Commercial Director commented “We have worked with Durham University for over ten years and we are excited to be part of their long term strategy to deliver an outstanding learning environment for current and future students. We have successfully passed all manufacturer audits, which demonstrates our commitment to achieving outstanding standards of installation, whilst maintaining the highest levels of Health & Safety performance.”
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