SES appointed to £84m University of Glasgow development

CGI showing how the Adam Smith Business School will look once completed.

SES Engineering Services (SES) has announced it has been appointed by Multiplex to deliver an £84 million project at the University of Glasgow.

The Adam Smith Business School and Postgraduate Teaching Hub is the fourth major development to start as part of the university’s Campus Development Plan. 

Appointed following a competitive tender process, SES said the project allows the firm to draw on recent experience gained on the learning institute’s James McCune Smith Learning Hub, which completed last year and was the first building to be delivered as part of the masterplan.

Working again with main contractor Multiplex, SES will be providing a full MEP service, adopting the same strategy utilised when working on the Learning Hub including the production of a full BIM Level 2 model.

The six-storey building will provide specialised teaching, research and collaboration space for the university’s postgraduate students, whilst also delivering premises for the business school.