Saturday19 August 2017

HOK nabs Glasgow uni work

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Scheme due to finish in 2019

HOK has been appointed lead consultant to design a new research hub for Glasgow university.

The £40 million building will be built at the university’s Gilmorehill campus and will house research staff working on energy demand and waste management.

The 14,000sq m scheme is due to complete in 2019 and HOK’s regional leader for science and technology Adrian Gainer said: “We look forward to creating a design that will encourage interdisciplinary collaboration and inspire the university’s research teams to pursue world-changing activities.”

The practice’s new 79,000sq m building for the Francis Crick Institute – next door to St Pancras railway station in London – which it has designed with PLP is due to open later this year.



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