06 Nov 2018
Room 4.213, University Place, Oxford Road, The University of Manchester
Academy for Education and Professional Development Learning@Lunch session: Lessons Learnt from Major Infrastructure Projects
Delivered by: Peter R Green
Peter Green is an academic in the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering in the Faculty of Science in Engineering.
In 2014, having criticised the new Engineering Campus for lacking ambition, he was challenged to “put up or shut up”. He embarked on a secondment to deliver the design of the teaching and learning spaces in the Manchester Engineering Campus Development (MECD). The intention was for the secondment to be 70% in the first year, 20% in the second year, and the 10% for the remaining years until occupancy in 2021. He is now on his third year at 70%!
In this seminar Peter will talk about his journey; how he thought that he was involved in a build project, but found himself in a change project. The seminar will consider how we brief the design of learning spaces, and the benefits of an architect who challenges preconceptions.
Delegates will leave the session with a good understanding of:
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