Second University Technical College for Sheffield designed by Bond Bryan Architects

17th August 2015 | 0 Comments

Bond Bryan’s design includes a cantilever over a double height main entrance leading to the full-height Project Centre, which creates a great impact and an outstanding first impression of the UTC 2 Sheffield for Human Sciences and Computing. A plaza integrates external learning, testing, analysis, discussion, gathering and games areas such as table tennis. A [...]

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UTC 2 Sheffield Information Event

13th July 2015 | 0 Comments

UTC 2 Sheffield for Human Sciences and Computing is being led by The Sheffield College. Sheffield Hallam University and Sheffield Chamber of Commerce and Industry are co-sponsors. It has been designed by Bond Bryan architects and will be built by BAM Construction on the Olympic Legacy Park.  UTC 2 Sheffield will provide students with academic [...]

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Second UTC for Sheffield appoints BAM to commence construction

6th July 2015 | 0 Comments

The contractor, which has offices in Leeds, will build UTC 2 Sheffield on the Olympic Legacy Park in Don Valley.  BAM is currently on the Park building the Oasis Academy Don Valley.   UTC 2 Sheffield will specialise in human sciences and computing, preparing students for employment in two of the key growth sectors in [...]

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Law firm partner to head new academy council

22nd June 2015 | 0 Comments

Emilda Morgans, who is currently head of Wosskow Brown’s private client department, was confirmed as chair of the council of the Oasis Academy, Don Valley, after its recent turf cutting ceremony. The new school will neighbour Wosskow Brown’s Attercliffe office and will open its doors to nursery and primary students in September. “I could not [...]

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New report shows strong public support for UTC 2

18th June 2015 | 0 Comments

UTC 2 Sheffield for Human Sciences and Computing is due to open at the Olympic Legacy Park in September 2016.  Results from a report on the eight-week public consultation show that 81 per cent of the 335 respondents back the project moving forwards by applying for a government funding agreement. Only 6 per cent disagreed [...]

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