The Hicks Building, University of Sheffield
The Hicks Building at the University of Sheffield was built in the 1950s and provides physics laboratories, office accommodation and lecture theatres over four storeys. The project involved re-cladding and re-roofing the building. The university was looking for a more contemporary design solution in relation to other university buildings which had previously been re-clad. The works were phased as the building continued to be used during the refurbishments.
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