Scheme is for Emmanuel College
Stanton Williams has been given the thumbs-up for new communal space for Emmanuel College in Cambridge.
The scheme for one of the university’s largest colleges involves 7,800 sq m of new communal and social space as well as accommodation and teaching facilities.
It will include 50 new student bedrooms and refurbishing the grade II-listed Furness Lodge to upgrade social facilities including music practice rooms and a college bar.
Others working on the scheme include M&E engineer Skelly & Couch, project manager Bidwells, QS Faithful + Gould and landscape architect Bradley-Hole Schoenaich.
The college said the work will be largest undertaken since it completed the North Court building in 1914.