We are delighted to share that works to the Maths and Stats Building at University Place has reached completion.

With a focus on improving the use of existing facilities, jmarchitects has been involved in a number of initiatives aimed at enhancing the overall experience of students and staff across the campus at the University of Glasgow.

The refurbishment and reconfiguration of the Mathematics and Statistics building is part of a larger campus redevelopment initiative and promises to deliver an exceptional learning environment for students and staff alike. By making key alterations to the building’s layout and facilities, the team aims to provide additional space for staff and students, improve workflow and accommodation for support services, and enhance the overall quality of the building’s spaces through innovative architectural interventions.

The team has also completed reconfiguration and refurbishment works on the Wolfson Medical Building and the Sir James Black Building. These state-of-the-art facilities have been coordinated with the Queen Elizabeth Teaching Hospital to ensure that students receive the best possible medical training experience.

By transforming existing structures into world-class learning environments, we are helping to shape the future of education in Scotland.

Photography Credit: Keith Hunter Photography

Credit: Paul Smith, jmarchitects

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