Sir Colin Campbell Building
The award winning Sir Colin Campbell Building is a leading business innovation centre with over 2000 square meters of accommodation for innovative businesses, in units ranging from 30 to 120 square metres.
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The Nottingham Geospatial Building, provides office space for high tech companies operating in the fields of satellite navigation and geodesy. It offers business services and incubation space.
Institute of Mental Health Building (IMH)
The building of this new facility, located adjacent to the Jubilee Campus Sports Centre, is being funded by the University of Nottingham for the tenancy of the Institute of Mental Health.
The building comprises specialist laboratories, training rooms, offices and meeting rooms for use by the IMH.
More information about the IMH building can be found in the University's press release.
Aerospace Technology Centre (ATC)
Work is currently underway on the Aerospace Technology Centre, and we are now inviting suggestions and proposals from academic leaders and industry partners to populate the facility. The image below shows how the building will look on completion.
The 1800m2 facility will:
provide unique facilities for application-focused research
house multi-disciplinary projects
provide space for large-scale demonstrators
More information about the ATC is available on the University's Institute for Aerospace Technology site.
Energy Technology Building (ETB)
This 2,500 m2 facility will comprise specialist laboratories, a prototype hall, an exhibition area, a rooftop laboratory zone, offices and external technology area for use as an energy testing facility.
It is expected to attract interest from industry, academia, funding agencies, researchers, students and stimulate public interest in new developments in sustainable energy.
The building is expected to gain a BREEAM 'Outstanding' rating; it will produce a surplus of energy and will heat the neighbouring Institute of Mental Health Building.
Construction started in summer 2011, with completion due in 2012.
More information about the ETB is available on the University's Energy site.
Additional development opportunities will be available across the Innovation Park, please ask for more details.