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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Interior - Sir Colin Campbell Building

Geospatial Building

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 Institute of Mental Health, a partnership between The University of Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust, aims to help transform our understanding and treatment of mental illness through innovative research and pioneering educational activities. Located adjacent to the Jubilee Campus Sports Centre, the IMH is built to ‘Excellent’ standard on the BREEAM (Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method) scale.


The building comprises specialist laboratories, training rooms, offices and meeting rooms for use by the IMH.         

For more information, visit the Institute of Mental Health website.



Aerospace Technology Centre (ATC)

The Aerospace Technology Centre (ATC) is a dedicated research and knowledge transfer centre on University of Nottingham Innovation Park (UNIP), adjacent to Jubilee Campus. The 1800m2 facility, which was opened in 2012 by Chief Executive of Rolls-Royce and University of Nottingham alumnus, John Rishton, is at the heart of the University’s Institute for Aerospace Technology.

Many of the world’s leading aerospace businesses work with the University, including Rolls-Royce, GE, Airbus, EADS, Boeing, BAE Systems, GKN, Thales, Safran and UTC Aerospace Systems. In addition, the University is also working with many small to medium sized businesses which play a key role in the aerospace supply chain.

To find out more about the University’s Aerospace Technology Centre and Institute for Aerospace Technologies, visit the website.


Energy Technologies Building (ETB)

Opened in 2012, the Energy Technologies Building is dedicated to R&D in sustainable energy technologies.

This 2,500 m2 showcase building, demonstrates a range of low carbon technologies which lead the way towards meeting the government’s target for all new public buildings to be ‘zero carbon’ by 2018.

The building incorporates energy efficient materials and is designed to minimise its demands for heating, cooling, lighting and ventilation.

More information about the ETB is available on the University's Energy site. 


This exemplar low carbon building is designed to achieve a BREEAM 'Outstanding' rating, the highest BREEAM level for environmental sustainability.



The Romax Building

Romax Technology is one of the world’s leading gearbox, driveline simulation and engineering companies. The University of Nottingham created a purpose built 3100m2 facility for Romax at UNIP, which incorporates offices and a training suite provides Romax space to grow in the future.

The new building, which opened in 2014, uses the latest sustainable and environmentally friendly building technologies. These technologies include the use of sustainable construction techniques, including building heat recovery and reuse, solar shading and a biodiverse green roof. When the new GSK Centre for Sustainable Chemistry Building is operational, spare energy capacity from the building will be relayed to the Romax Technology Centre.

For more details about Romax, visit www.romaxtech.com



Under construction

The GlaxoSmithKline Carbon Neutral Laboratory for Sustainable Chemistry

Currently under construction at UNIP, the GSK Carbon Neutral Laboratory for Sustainable Chemistry will be a Centre of Excellence for sustainable chemistry.

Supported by a £12m grant from GSK, the laboratory will focus on research that is of particular relevance to the pharmaceutical industry and will be one of the first laboratory buildings designed to Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method (BREEAM) ‘Outstanding’ standard. It will also deliver advanced undergraduate teaching and outreach to the wider scientific community to embed sustainable chemistry principles in the next generation of scientists.

For more information about the GSK building, please visit the Estates Office website.


The Technology Entrepreneurship Centre

In 2014, the government announced that The University of Nottingham would be just one of four universities in the UK to be awarded University Enterprise Zone (UEZ) status. The UEZ will nurture innovative businesses in key sectors such as manufacturing, aerospace, energy and digital.

The centrepiece of the UEZ will be the Technology Entrepreneurship Centre – an intensive incubation facility housed in a new 2,000m2 3-storey building alongside the iconic Sir Colin Campbell Building, at a cost of £5.2m. The building will provide office-based accommodation for businesses, and will be designed to facilitate interaction between the occupants.


The UEZ will be completed during the last quarter of 2016.

For more information about the UEZ please contact UNIP or call +44 (0) 115 82 32294.


Further information

Additional development opportunities will be available across the Innovation Park, please ask for more details.

Case Studies

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Case Study - Nick Barker

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