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Imperial College London - Dyson Building

Teaching & research facilities for the Dyson School

Project Stats

Duration
95 weeks
Value
£14mllion
Size
42,538 sq ft
Sector
Education

Project Story

We were proud to deliver the first new engineering department to be established at Imperial College in two decades. Delivered to BIM level 1, these teaching and research facilities embodied the over-arching principles for the Dyson School’s space: open plan and flexible space wherever possible, whilst preserving key original features. An example of this brief was our delivery of an exhibition space within the project that included a central vaulted ceiling allowing a flood of daylight to enter the space and reflect the studio activity.
Project Outcomes
  • Completed project on a live site with limited noisy working hours
  • Project completed within the University’s holidays to ensure works did not impact students and staff
  • Achieved BIM Level 1

Project Team

Tom McEvoy × Director of Operations
Stephen Hyde × Principal Sales & Marketing Manager
Consultant team
Architect: Pascall & Watson
Project Manager: Turner & Townsend
Cost Consultant : Mortimer Isaacs
Services Engineer: Buro Happold

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