University of Lincoln, Isaac Newton Building

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The Isaac Newton Building is home to the first purpose-built school of Engineering to be created in the UK for more than 20 years and is located on the University’s Brayford campus.  The project was a two-phase development to expand the educational and support facilities within the College of Science.

The first phase, extended the existing Engineering Hub, to provide extra space which now supports the award-winning partnership between the University and its industry partner Siemens, as well as the addition of Electrical and Electronic Engineering to the School of Engineering’s portfolio.  The Hub underwent extensive internal conversion works and remained occupied during the second phase of the project.

The second phase created a 500-seat lecture theatre, catering facility and a world-class teaching and learning space for the University’s Schools of Engineering, Mathematics & Physics and Computer Science, encouraging inter-disciplinary work and research.

Services supplied and installed by Plexus:

Structured Cabling System

Fibre & Voice Campus Backbone Links

Comms Room Fit-Out

Backup Power Systems

Deployment of Internal Wireless Access Points

Deployment of External Wireless Access Points

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