With ever-increasing competition to maintain or improve their position within the university rankings system, universities are constantly having to modernise and improve. This has involved building numerous new facilities, many of which extend below ground
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Opened in 2016 at a cost of £42m and designed by Associated Architects of Birmingham, the George Davies Centre (formerly the Centre for Medicine) at the University of Leicester is also the UK’s largest non-residential Passivhaus building and the largest investment in medical teaching and applied research by any UK university in the last decade.
Faculty of Arts, Design and Media at Birmingham City University
Opened in 2014 and designed by Associated Architects, Everdure Caltite was used to waterproof the below ground structure. The structural engineers were Ramboll, main contractor Willmott Dixon and concrete contractor MPB Structures.
The Saïd Business Centre, University of Oxford
Designed by architects Dixon Jones, Everdure Caltite was used to waterproof the underground lecture theatre. The structural engineers were Whitbybird (now Ramboll), main contractor Laing O’Rourke and concrete contractor Sheehan Construction.
Whether its famous Oxford colleges such as Lincoln, Queen’s, St Anne’s, St John’s or St Hilda’s, Everdure Caltite in the UK has been used in the waterproofing of over 550 university and college buildings in the last 20 years.
The Caltite waterproof concrete system is a time‐proven, practical system that produces dampproof, highly durable concrete which can be used either as a standalone system or incorporated as part of a dual system when required.
Caltite has a successful track record of over 60 years helping designers, developers and owners waterproof and protect concrete structures, even under the most aggressive conditions, including over 55 years of experience in corrosion protection.
Lincoln College, Oxford
In 1998, Everdure Caltite was used to waterproof the basement to the extension to the college and then in 1999, in the new Garden Building Arts Centre and again in 2013 to the extension to the Arts Centre.
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