HOK cleared for Glasgow research hub

HOK - University of Glasgow Research Hub

£113m scheme is first phase of ambitious project involving HLM and Atkins

Plans by HOK for a £113m research hub for Glasgow university have been given the green light by the city council.

Piling work began earlier this month at the former Western Infirmary site in the city’s West End.

The research hub, which forms part of the university’s Gilmorehill campus, will hold 600 researchers from its colleges of social sciences, arts, science and engineering as well as its medical and veterinary and life sciences departments.

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