Scheme designed by Adjaye Associates and Stride Treglown

ISG has won a £25m job to build the new home of Cardiff university’s schools of maths and computer sciences.

The contractor has been picked to build the 10,000m2 facility which has been designed by Adjaye Associates and Stride Treglown.

Arcadis is acting as project manager with Arup providing structural and building services design. The job is due to finish in 2021.

The new building is part the university’s £600m upgrade of its campus which will bring the separately housed schools under one roof.

Last June Bam was appointed to build a student centre designed by architect Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios as part of the wider programme, with work expected to wrap in 2020.

The same month Bouygues secured a £122m deal to build the next phase of the university’s new £300m Innovation Campus.


How the Adjaye and Stride Treglown-designed building will look when finished