School of Biological Sciences
New, state-of-the-art facilities for School of Biological Sciences at Queen’s University in Belfast.
The former Science Library building at Chlorine Gardens in Belfast needed to be demolished to make way for a multi-purpose building for the School of Biological Sciences.
Construction is currently underway on a new 10,700 square foot four storey building to replace the former library. The scheme involves extensive works including demolition of the existing building, services diversions and construction of new substations and basement car parking.
The new building consists of category II and category III laboratory areas, cellular specialist equipment, office and meeting rooms, general teaching accommodation and lecture theatres. Far-reaching siteworks, landscaping and drainage will be provided, as well as a new pedestrian link between Chlorine Gardens and Lennoxvale.