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Monthly project overview and Q+A session


As the largest construction project ever undertaken by a UK university, the journey to bringing Engineering Buildings A & B to life was full of lessons learned. We’re now looking to share the stories, insights and expertise gained throughout the project development through a series of monthly presentation and Q+A sessions, open to members of the public and external organisations across the sector and beyond.

Each month key members of the Project Team involved in the project will deliver an overview of the development, from its inception over 10 years ago through to relocating colleagues into the space and opening our doors in September 2022. Each session will also provide ample opportunity for you to ask any questions you have directly with those involved in the Project, whatever your area of interest.


Upcoming sessions

  • Wednesday 21 June, 1;00 - 2:00pm
  • Monday 31 July, 12:00am - 1:00pm
  • Thursday 31 August, 3:00 - 4:00pm


If you’re interested in attending an upcoming session, please fill out our Google form  - if there are any particular questions or specific areas of interest you’d like to know more about, please provide these as part of the form and we’ll do our best to accommodate these during the session.

Spaces are limited to one per person on a first come first served basis – once you’ve registered your interest, a member of the team will be in touch to confirm your place.

If you have any questions in the meantime, please get in touch via


Monthly building tours


We offer a regular walking tours of Engineering Buildings A & B, held on the second Wednesday of each month which are open to memebrs of the public. During these tours, we’ll provide a closer look into:

  • new purpose-built laboratories and workshops, exploring some of the world-leading research taking place here;
  • industry-leading teaching and study spaces;
  • brand-new workspace floors.

If you’d like to come along, you can register your interest via Eventbrite.