Clarendon Building

Work begins: 24 June 2019
Work due to be completed: November 2019
Cost: £2.7m
Contractors: Sewell Group

Brief: A £2.7m upgrade to facilities within the Clarendon Building will further advance the provision of education facilities for students within Leeds University Business School (LUBS). This project forms part of a larger investment currently being undertaken by LUBS to further advance its facilities and education provision into the national and international HE arena.

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This space will be redesigned to encompass modern teaching equipment and provide inspirational teaching spaces within which our students will thrive.

The provision of two new computer clusters will enable students on Business Analytics courses to run specialist course-specific software, and will prepare them to work in the global market place where analytics experience is highly valued.

Find out more phase 1, phase 2 and phase 3 of the LUBS Expansion project.

Project timeline:

Autumn 2019 – New computer clusters complete

All News for LUBS Expansion

Refurbished study space in the Maurice Keyworth building
External shot of the Clarendon Building
Find out more about the completed Newlyn Building that is part of a three phase Leeds University Business School expansion project.
See the fly-through video of phase three of the LUBS Expansion project

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