Construction work starts on new Science Centre at University of Wolverhampton
Construction work has started on a new £10.1 million science and technology centre for the University of Wolverhampton, a recent news report in the local media has been able to find.
The Science, Technology and Prototyping Centre will be located on land at the university’s Science Park on Glaisher Drive and will include 4,000 sq m of office space, labs and workshops, a cafe and space for parking.
The scheme, which is set for completion in the spring of 2017, is being funded by the Growth Deal through a £4.8m grant to the Black Country Local Enterprise Partnership, with the remaining £5.3m coming from the University.
Deputy Vice-Chancellor Professor Ian Oakes, said: “This exciting new development will be the only facility of its type in the Black Country and will build on the University’s investment in science and engineering in the last two years.
“We already have around 80 businesses based at the Science Park and this new centre will attract another 30 science and technology-based companies right to heart of Wolverhampton.”
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