Inverness College Campus, Scotland Building, Project, News, Design, Image
Inverness College Campus
Higher Education Development in northern Scotland – design by BDP Architects
10 Jul 2009
Inverness College Campus Scotland
BDP WINS DESIGN FOR NEW INVERNESS COLLEGE CAMPUS
Inverness College Campus Building
Design: BDP Architects
BDP has beaten off stiff competition to design a new campus for Inverness College. The new campus will provide a high quality learning environment for Inverness College, which is the largest of the colleges in the Highlands and Islands, and the largest partner in the group of colleges and research institutions working together to form a university of the Highlands and Islands.
BDP’s head of higher and further education, John McManus, said “”We are absolutely delighted to have been appointed by Inverness College as this is a significant project win for BDP demonstrating our continued success in the sector and our ability to work with clients to produce inspiring learning environments”
BDP is currently reviewing possible sites for the 20,000 sqm campus which will provide new state-of-the-art facilities to replace the College’s current outdated buildings. The campus is due to complete in May 2013.
Gardiner and Theobald has been appointed as Project Manager/Cost Consultant with an associated engineering team consisting of KJ Tait as services engineer and Struer as civil and structural engineer.
Inverness College Development images / information from BDP
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