The site team are making rapid progress with the newly named Emily Wilding Davison Building at Royal Holloway University.
Glazing has now been completed on the South elevation of the central block. The large 6 metre long glazed units, weighing over 800 kilos will be installed in the coming weeks including anodised and natural copper cladding surrounding the projecting façade.
We are now busy preparing the Eastern and Western elevations of the central block with insulated composite panels for the final copper perforated profiled cladding.
The inspiring and imposing Founder’s Building will soon be complemented by outstanding new facilities that add to the sense of a scholarly community, encourage collaborative, multi-disciplinary activities and provide a personalised, individual experience for its students and staff.