University College London
DMS Watson Building Refurbishment
Situated within the UCL Bloomsbury Campus, the fourth floor of the DMS Watson Building underwent full refurbishment to form a new ‘graduate hub’ for UCL students and staff.
Currently used by the UCL Services Cataloguing/ New Books Team, the refurbishment provides much needed study space and meeting rooms.
The newly created ‘graduate hub’ offers restricted graduate use by means of a ‘Cardax’ control system.
The refurbishment of the fourth floor includes structural support works, introduction of a glazed partitions and a significant amount of fixed joinery units with integrated services including group working areas, individual study desks/pods, a small AV room, a separate ‘interview room’ and kitchen facilities.Download PDF
Project Name: University College London Graduate Hub
Location: UCL Bloomsbury Campus, Gower St, London
Principal Consultants: Turner & Townsend, Burwell Deakins, Carter Clack Partners, Sweet Group
Project Duration: 19 weeks
This was a challenging fit-out in a busy student library, with noise and vibration sensitivities. Bespoke high spec oak furniture was instrumental to the success of the project.