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Perfect Circle appointed to deliver £300m University of Bristol Enterprise Campus

29 . 08 . 19
Uni of Bristol Temple Quarter Enterprise Campus

Perfect Circle has been appointed by the University of Bristol to design its new Temple Quarter Enterprise Campus.

The campus will bring new life to a neglected area of the city centre, benefiting both students and the city of Bristol.

The development will include academic teaching space and a student village that will accommodate 1,500 students, as well as a gym and health centre. In addition, there will be the world’s first open access Quantum Technologies Innovation Centre. The project will provide an extensive public realm focused on improving neglected areas of the harbour, providing new cycle paths and walkways, public spaces, cafes and other facilities.

The team includes globally recognised architecture firms Feilden Clegg Bradley and Allford Hall Monaghan Morris, engineering consultants Buro Happold and ARUP and international landscape architecture consultants Grant Associates, all of whom have local teams based in Bristol and Bath.

Perfect Circle delivers the broadest range of consultancy services available to the public sector via the public sector owned built environment specialist Scape Group’s National Built Environment Consultancy Services (BECS) framework.

Scape Group is a public-sector organisation, dedicated to creating ongoing efficiency and social value via the built environment. Perfect Circle was appointed by Scape in 2016 to deliver the BECS framework.

We are excited to be working with such an experienced design team with an understanding of creating quality places that people want to spend time in, spaces that are inspiring, sustainable and welcoming.

Guy Orpen | Deputy Vice Chancellor of the University of Bristol

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