University of Glasgow Constructs Learning Hub

Published 8-3-2019
  • University of Glasgow - James McCune Smith Learning Hub
  • University of Glasgow - James McCune Smith Learning Hub
  • University of Glasgow - James McCune Smith Learning Hub
  • University of Glasgow - James McCune Smith Learning Hub
  • University of Glasgow - James McCune Smith Learning Hub

    Courtesy of the University of Glasgow.

  • University of Glasgow - James McCune Smith Learning Hub

    Courtesy of the University of Glasgow.

  • University of Glasgow - James McCune Smith Learning Hub

    Courtesy of the University of Glasgow.

  • University of Glasgow - James McCune Smith Learning Hub

    Courtesy of the University of Glasgow.

The University of Glasgow is building the £90.6 million James McCune Smith Learning Hub in Scotland in the United Kingdom. Designed by HLM Architects, the seven-story, 179,111-sf facility will feature technology-enhanced active learning (TEAL) spaces, seminar rooms, collaboration areas, multipurpose classrooms, study spaces, and a 500-seat lecture hall. Multiplex is the construction manager for the building with SES Engineering as mechanical and electrical engineer. Construction began in October of 2018 and occupancy is expected in fall of 2020. The project will act as a gateway to the university's expanding campus and is part of a £1 billion capital development program.

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