Work has completed on a new training facility at Nottingham Trent University’s (NTU) Clifton Campus.
Specialist healthcare training will be delivered at the building, which will house the Institute of Health & Allied Professions.
The three-storey facility was designed by Pick Everard and built by contractor Henry Brothers.
Devika Parmar, director of architecture at Pick Everard, said: “We are delighted to have provided services for such an important scheme for the university and its healthcare students. We won this project via a competition under the NTU consultancy framework, where we put forward our concept proposals to create a gateway building to the campus that would be visually striking, functional and inspirational for anyone hoping for a career within health services. We’re thrilled that the completed building aligns very closely
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