Worsley Building

  • Work began: September 2015
  • Work completed: December 2016
  • Cost: £41M
  • Contractors: Overbury PLC

Brief: This transformation of the Worsley building creates a dynamic learning environment. The 15-month project included a full refurbishment of Levels 11, 10 and 9, partial refurbishment of Levels 8, 7 and 4 and improvements to the main entrance off Clarendon Way.

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Status: Complete
Further information

The new refurbished building will involve the creation of a two storey height space on level 9.  This will pave the way for a new café area and the introduction of a landscaped area to an inner courtyard.

Throughout the duration of the refurbishment work will be phased as the building remains occupied. Careful planning has been done to minimise disruption and noise levels for users in the medical and dental areas.

Contact Details

For further information on the refurbishment of Edward Boyle Library please contact:

Project Manager: Alan Johnson. E. wsdajoh@leeds.ac.uk

Service/Faculty Facilities Manager: Amy Russell. E. a.russell@leeds.ac.uk

Site Manager:  Neil Hunter. E. neil.hunter@overbury.com

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All News for Worsley Building

Worsley building entrance
2016: year in review
PURE Café at Worsley opening shortly
Edward Boyle Library

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