In the summer of 2017 the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) procured the refurbishment works of the university’s Whitendale Hall of Residence via CIF. This was one of a number of projects UCLan procured via CIF in what was a busy summer of capital projects at the University.

The Whitendale Hall is one of the university’s largest halls of residence on campus, and offers students a range of communal accommodation throughout the year. The scope of works included refurbishment of the communal spaces involving alterations and improvements to shower rooms and kitchens, as well as the formation of new common rooms. These refurbishments will undoubtedly improve student experience, particularly for those first year students who are due to arrive in September 17 and will be moving into a fantastic halls of residence.

We would like to thank our supply partner, Eric Wright Construction, who were chosen to deliver this project. We would also like to thank UCLan for choosing to procure socially through CIF, and we look forward to investing in social initiatives in partnership with UCLan over the coming months.

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Education – Residential Refurbishment
Date

Oct 19, 2017

Client

University of Central Lancashire

Category

Construction