Middlehaven Campus Teesside University Building, England

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Middlehaven Campus Teesside University

Location: Middleborough, northeast England

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Material : Ugibright Ugitop, by ArcelorMittal & KME TecuGold

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Middlesbrough College, located on one campus at Middlehaven, Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire, England, is the largest college on Teesside.

It provides predominantly further education, but also selected higher education provision, and until 2008, existed on four different sites across the town (Marton, Acklam, Kirby and Longlands). Relocation to Middlehaven was one of Tees Valley Regeneration’s major redevelopment projects.

It is situated just north of the A66 and Middlesbrough town centre, next to Middlesbrough Dock and the dock tower, and close to the Transporter Bridge and Middlesbrough FC’s Riverside Stadium. The college is approximately 0.5 miles (1 km) from Middlesbrough railway station.


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Cleveland building – Middlehaven by Studio Egret West
Middlehaven Development
picture from architect

English Architects




mima – new Middlesbrough art gallery, County Durham, northeast England
Erick van Egeraat Associated Architects
Middlesbrough Architecture
mima photo © Christian Richters
Middlesbrough Art Gallery + Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art

Timber Hut Architecture Competition
Middlehaven Docks Contest
Middlehaven
picture from organisers

English School Buildings

Birmingham Library building
Birmingham Library building

picture © Hayes Davidson

English Housing

Stockton-on-Tees Competition

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Middlehaven Campus Teesside University

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