A new research and teaching facility at the centre of University College London’s (UCL) academic vision for a new campus at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
Part of UCL’s largest ever single expansion totalling over £500 million and due to open in 2023, Marshgate has been designed to provide new spaces for collaborative thinking that transcend the boundaries of traditional academic activities, enabling students and staff to immerse themselves in innovative activities and game-changing approaches to research.
It will provide over 35,000 square metres of academic space and house research and teaching for several departments. It brings together cross-disciplinary expertise from academic activities which include culture, experimental engineering, manufacturing futures, advanced propulsion laboratories, and wet and dry laboratories, learning hub, cafes and refectory, teaching, lecture theatres and seminar and office space.
Marshgate will be home to new degree programmes, research, innovation and technologies from across eight UCL faculties, uniting activities across Experiments, Arts, Society & Technology (EAST), as well as a range of academic centres, including: Institute of Making, Advanced Propulsion Lab, Manufacturing Futures Lab, Experiential Learning and Research Hub, Global Business School for Health, Institute of Finance and Technology, Robotics and Autonomous Systems, Culture Lab.
Externally, new public realm provides a sense of cohesion for the campus between Marshgate, and the surrounding development.
Our role on the Marshgate and adjacent Pool Street West development follows ten years of continuously supporting the University College London to expand and grow its educational facilities across the city.
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