Pascall+Watson have completed three projects at the Queen Mary University of London for the School of Engineering & Materials Science (SEMS) and the School of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science (EECS).
Our work includes the redevelopment of the 1960’s engineering building to create a series of flexible teaching, research and laboratory spaces. A complete refurbishment of the entrance area has provided a modern and welcoming gateway.
Central to the design concept was the creation of a sense of openness, cohesion with the existing building and flexibility, ensuring future departmental changes can be readily accommodated. The scheme was delivered with adjacent facilities remaining fully operational throughout.
Currently on site and scheduled for completion in December, the fourth stage of the development realises a new home for the university’s Antennas and Electromagnetics Research Group in a dedicated space within the EECS.
Satinder Bancil, Senior Associate at Pascall+Watson commented:
“The successful delivery of three phases of work has modernised and enhanced the facilities for both SEMS and EECS. The spaces created are bright, open and welcoming, providing both functional and flexible specialist teaching environments. The philosophy will continue in repurposing space for the Antennas Group”
Richard Halsall, Assistant Director Estates & Facilities at Queen Mary University of London commented:
“We are delighted to continue our relationship with Pascall+Watson and both our staff and students are delighted with their refurbished spaces”