We’re helping university to redevelop Biology

Finley Structures is helping York University to redevelop its biology school with a state-of-the-art new building.

Finley’s helped to complete the first phase of the new Biomedical Sciences building, which opened in December 2014.

And now the Aycliffe steel firm has been awarded a contract from Interserve Construction to fabricate 270 tonnes of steel as part of the second phase of the university’s £7.5m redevelopment.

The university’s striking new science block was officially opened by Government Chief Scientific Advisor Sir Mark Walport.

It contains teaching and IT laboratories for the Biomedical Science degree, a joint programme of the Biology Department and the Hull York Medical School.

The building also houses facilities for students in the new School of Natural Sciences, who started new courses in October 2015.

It represents the first phase of the redevelopment of the university’s Biology department.

 

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