The accommodation strategy has seen the College campus transformed to enhance the learning and teaching experience, with a number of new state-of-the-art buildings. These include the development of the Trinity Green Campus in 2008, The David Hockney Building in September 2014 and the new Advanced Technologies Centre (ATC) in September 2015.
Commissioned by the College and financed by the Skills Funding Agency, the three-story 3,600m2 technology building will be built on the Alexandra car park, adjacent to the College’s main Great Horton Road Campus and will have the capacity for 650 students.
BAM Construction has been officially announced as the appointed contractor to lead on the development of the new multi-million pound campus.
The new eco-friendly campus, designed by architect Matthew Hutton, will feature solar panels, a bio-diverse roof and super-efficient plant, putting the building on track to achieve Excellent rating through sustainability scheme BREEAM.