Quadram Institute construction enters final phase

22nd September 2017

Construction of the Quadram Institute building has now entered the final phase.

The west elevation has been completed in brick, and external landscaping progressing. Construction has now entered the final phase of fit out, which has seen the removal of the internal scaffolding. This has opened up the first internal views of the light and airy atrium and offices to create visual and social connections between all the 300 researchers and 100 clinical staff that will eventually populate the building. Footage shows the atrium linking floors together and mixture of open plan offices, cellular offices and balcony niches that will allow staff to get away from their desk for quite working and conversation.


Visual tour inside the Quadram Institute

A 360° view from inside the main atrium area of the Quadram Institute


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Latest footage from the drone flight

Inside the Quadram Institute

External flight