We would like to show our appreciation to the team who has been involved in TP2. The team visited site and was pleased to see the progress of construction.
The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine has recently completed a £25m newbuild research facility at its Tavistock Place campus in Bloomsbury. The new building is a key component of the School’s plan for strengthening its teaching and leading research in public health.
Designed by BMJ Architects and constructed by 8build Construction Ltd, the new building provides 3,750 sqm of high-quality space on the site of an old shed behind the Institution’s existing building at Tavistock Place. Over 200 scientists based there will be working at the forefront of finding creative solutions to some of the major health issues facing the UK and world today, from preventing the spread of infectious diseases to analysing vaccines and cancer strategies.
The new facility is flexible and sustainable, providing scientists with the work-space they need to conduct their world-class research and is arranged over five storeys above ground and one basement level.