The University of Northampton; Case Study

McCarthy Environmental is currently working on a prestigious project at The University of Northampton’s new £330million new Waterside Campus.

The University’s new campus includes a Creative Hub, where Mick McCarthy and his team are fitting a workshop wood dust system, paint spray booth, ventilation systems in the photography department and dark room, extraction systems for laser cutting machines and plaster and casting room dust and fume extraction systems.“To be working on such a prestigious project, in our home

“To be working on such a prestigious project, in our home county, is a real coup and privilege,” said Mick, “and all is going to plan.”
The campus at Nunn Mills Road will replace the university’s current sites on St George’s Avenue and in Kingsthorpe and is set to welcome students for the start of the 2018/19 academic year.Once it is completed Waterside will be a unique hub of creativity and learning on the banks of the River Nene.

Once it is completed Waterside will be a unique hub of creativity and learning on the banks of the River Nene. Before work began, the

Before work began, the 58 acre brownfield site on which the new campus located had been left derelict.Designs for the academic buildings and student village were developed in 2014 and continued into 2015, with work on roads, bridges and infrastructure beginning later in the year.

Designs for the academic buildings and student village were developed in 2014 and continued into 2015, with work on roads, bridges and infrastructure beginning later in the year. A new road bridge and

A new road bridge and a pedestrian footbridge linking the campus with Northampton town centre was completed last year, with construction also beginning on all the remaining academic, sport and residence buildings.

Work remained on track heading into 2017 with the student village due for completion and interior work set to begin on the academic buildings.
To follow the progress of the project as construction begins to take shape, you can visit here.

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