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Strathclyde biomedical facility nears completion

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April 12 2011

Strathclyde biomedical facility nears completion
The Strathclyde Institute of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences (SIPBS), a £36m development designed to provide a centre for teaching and research for drug development, is nearing completion on Glasgow’s Cathedral Street.

Designed by Sheppard Robson architects in conjunction with structural engineers Buro Happold, it represents the universities largest single investment in its estate redevelopment strategy to date.

The laboratories are intended to attract leading scientists to Glasgow with 8,000m2 of custom built accommodation for the schools of Applied Physiology, Bioscience, Immunology, Pharmaceutical Sciences, and Physiology and Pharmacology.

Sitting on an elevated glass podium interlinked with the existing John Arbuthnott Building via link bridges and a harmonised colour palette whilst also providing strong definition to the streetscape.
Strathclyde will soon be jsotling for position with New Campus along Cathedral Street
Strathclyde will soon be jsotling for position with New Campus along Cathedral Street
The Institute is the first major piece of the universities Campus Development Plan
The Institute is the first major piece of the universities Campus Development Plan

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