Projects

Project Update – The Lincoln Medical School

The bones of the Lincoln Medical School have come together, with the steel framework now being complete.

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Medical School Steelwork Deliveries and Installation

The construction of the Medical School is now reaching its next stage with the arrival of the steel frame on site.

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Major Capital Projects successfully delivered

In 2017, the University of Lincoln Estates department successfully delivered the Isaac Newton Building, Sarah Swift Building and Cygnet Wharf projects. With over £130m invested in these new...

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Successful Minor Capital Projects

As part of the University’s ongoing commitment to providing world-class teaching and research facilities, the Estates & Commercial Facilities team carried out a number of improvement projects during the 2015...

Lighting up Lincolnshire: our £130m investment programme

On Monday 22nd of June 2015, the University launched an investment package of £130million to be spent over the next 5 years in conjunction with the European Investment...

Joseph Banks Labs highly commended at RICS East Midlands Awards

On Friday 1st of May, The Joseph Banks Laboratories and Minster House were highly commended in the regeneration category at the RICS East Midlands Awards 2015. This category...

Joseph Banks Laboratories officially open

The Joseph Banks Laboratories were officially opened by newly appointed visiting lecturer Chris Packham today. Adapted from an existing industrial building, the Joseph Banks Laboratories form the centrepiece...

New Mixed Recycling Bins in the Atrium

As part of the ongoing programme to reduce the amount of general waste that the University of Lincoln generates new mixed recycling bins have been purchased for the...

New £7 million technology centre for Lincoln

Up to 140 new jobs will be created with the development of a multi-million pound technology centre following a funding bid led by the University of Lincoln. The...