Waterside Campus, University of Northampton
The transformational project of the Waterside campus re-locates the entire university estate from numerous locales around the city to a purpose-built campus.
The masterplan completed prior to our involvement, involved the development of a brownfield site to include academic buildings, student accommodation, commercial outlets, leisure facilities and significant public spaces. The development of the Waterside site is a catalyst for the long-term regeneration of the area adjacent to the river Nene, south of Northampton city centre.
- Project Delivery
CPMG were engaged provide project delivery architectural services for 3no. academic buildings; the Creative Hub, Senate Building and Logistics Hub.
The Creative Hub is a new art faculty building that brings together various departments to create a consolidated art faculty. The facility includes studios and workshops in a building with a contemporary industrial aesthetic.
The Senate Building is a research and management building created as part of a £330m masterplan. The building brings together various pre and post graduate research in a shared facility and consolidates the university management suite.
The Logistics Hub adds a new estate management building that brings together the university’s estates management team in a shared facility.
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