How one of the city’s newest buildings took shape has been documented.Advertisement
Towering over the Adelphi roundabout the £35million engineering innovation centre is now complete.
From September students at the University of Central Lancashire will begin learning within the building which has an acre of glass in the 652 panes surrounding it.
Footage released by the university shows the two-year construction process.
Chief operating officer Michael Ahern said: “The EIC is set to be a real asset to the University and the region, bringing enormous educational and economic benefits now and for generations to come. It really is an impressive building that forms a cornerstone of our masterplan development, providing our region with access to top of the range facilities, research expertise and student talent.
“We are now at the stage of incorporating all our IT infrastructure and moving into place a huge range of engineering-related kit including flight simulators, manufacturing hardware and software and motorsports equipment. Everything will be in place and ready for when our student return for the new academic year in September.”
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