Manchester Metropolitan University will begin construction in spring of 2021 on the £65 million Science and Engineering building in the United Kingdom. The seven-story academic facility will provide teaching and research labs, instructional spaces, a 200-seat super lab, academic offices, collaboration spaces, and self-directed learning areas. Designed as a living laboratory, the structure will house the Manchester Fuel Cell Innovation Centre and PrintCity, the university’s 3D additive and digital manufacturing technology hub. Turley is providing planning, environmental impact, cost consultancy, and strategic communications services for the project, which will be built on the site of the existing John Dalton West building. Occupancy is expected in 2023.