Centre for Biomedical Sciences completed in Nottingham
- November 22, 2019

The Midlands-based contractor company G F Tomlinson has successfully completed the construction of a new Centre for Biomedical Sciences at the University Park Campus of the University of Nottingham.

The new Centre for Biomedical Sciences is a five-storey, state-of-the-art building with a BREEAM rating of excellent, containing facilities such as offices, meeting rooms, and laboratories for research into Stem Cell Biology, Cancer Science, Genetics, and Pharmacology.

The Managing Director of G F Tomlinson, Andy Sewards stated: “Having worked with the University of Nottingham on a number of projects, it is incredible to see the impact that the works have across the campus and for its many students and staff members.

“Their breakthrough research into biomolecular sciences is revolutionary, and the new centre will help increase their capability as well as the profile of the University.

“As a regional contractor, delivering higher education projects is key to our business and we are proud to say we have delivered such an important facility for the future of medical research. Well done to all the team for their hard work and dedication, which has evidently paid off to deliver this amazing project within the initially predicted time-frame.”

The Director of the Centre for Biomolecular Science, Professor Chris Denning commented: “I would like to thank all the staff from G F Tomlinson who worked on this project. They displayed a huge amount of professionalism and were a pleasure to work with; accommodating our many requests for site tours and to show our funders around this incredible facility.

“This expansion provides many exciting opportunities and allows the researchers in our Centre to be at the forefront of an interdisciplinary effort to deliver our vision – that through chemical and biological discovery and engineering, we will diagnose, treat and cure disease, and provide security for quality of life.”

The Senior Capital Projects Manager at the University of Nottingham, James Hale added: “It is great to see the expansion complete and further our vital offering at the Centre for Biomolecular Sciences. The new world-class facilities will allow us to meet the demand for increased biomolecular research and strengthens the University’s strong reputation as an international centre in the field. I would like to thank all those involved in the project, including G F Tomlinson, for helping bring our plans for the University to life.”

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