Projects / Life Sciences

Science Laboratory

Location: London
Client: Institute of Education
Architect: Nigel Burgess Associates
Services provided: Quantity Surveying

BPP have carried out many projects on behalf of the Institute of Education in London. Most projects have revolved around the provision or upgrading of teaching or lecture facilities together with ancillary support areas.

The conversion of an existing lecture facility into this state of art Science Teaching Laboratory allowed BPP to blend its extensive knowledge of both the Educational and Life Sciences sectors to provide dedicated services in assisting the Institute of Education realise this facility.

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