Major capital projects that were recently completed.
The refurbishment project at the Adam Ferguson Building is now complete.
To create a new clinic dedicated to the research of regeneration disease.
The New Waddington Building for the School of Biological Sciences was handed over in March 2009.
The extension to the existing Sport and Exercise complex was completed in July 2010.
Located within the Old Medical School at Teviot Place, The Chrystal Macmillan Building provides accommodation for the School of Social and Political Studies (SSPS).
The refurbishment project at CRIC is now complete.
Centrally located at the heart of the University’s main campus, the Informatics Forum is a world-leading centre for Informatics and Computer Science.
Inspace is a public engagement gallery facility on the ground floor of the Informatics Forum.
A brand new study and social facility for all students and staff at King's Buildings, the Learning and Teaching Cluster is situated on the third floor of the JCMB.
The project at John Burnett House is now complete.
The project at the John McIntyre Centre, Pollock Halls, is now complete.
The Main Library phased refurbishment is now complete.
The refurbishment at the Former Medical School Building, West Wing is now complete.
The New Vet School at Easter Bush was completed in December 2010.
This project resurfaced the quadrangle at the Old College.
The Roslin Institute Building was completed in December 2010.
The Scottish Centre for Regenerative Medicine (SCRM) is a front-line research facility based at the Little France campus. The building was completed in June 2011. The fit-out proramme is ongoing over 2011.
The new Veterinary Oncology Centre building adjacent to the existing Hospital for Small Animals has been developed to provide radiotherapy and imaging facilities.
The Noreen and Kenneth Murray Library provides enhanced co-located library, learning resource and social facilities at King’s Buildings.
This article was published on May 9, 2013