Ritterman Building

A new, five story center for Science and Technology, that provides adaptable teaching space which can be reconfigured to suit the changing demands of this innovative school. This project is being prototyped on behalf of Middlesex University towards BIM level 2.

BPR have worked with the school to incorporate sustainable technologies into the design such as living walls irrigated by rain water harvesting, creating learning opportunities within the fabric of the building.

Internally, generous break out spaces and workshops create opportunities for informal discussions.

Client

middlesex university

structural

curtins

m&e

mott macdonald / anderson green

contractor

interserve

quantity surveyor

currie & brown

planning consultants

tibbalds planning and urban design

High Quality Finishes

High quality student experince is achieved by making best use of corridors and shared spaces to provide a flexible learning environment

Sustainable Buildings

Sustainable materials, green walls and rainwater harvesting are amoungst the many tools that were used to make this the most sustainable building on the campus.

BIM Level 2

The design and construction process was used to pilot Middlesex Universities first BIM Level 2 project