Additional teaching facilities for Earlham Hall – UEA School of Law

Posted on: February 3rd, 2017

Construction and bespoke joinery works are nearing completion at the UEA in Norwich. Working alongside LSI Architects LLP, the £1,000,000+ project includes the refurbishment and alterations to the courtyard outbuildings of the listed Earlham Hall, to provide additional teaching facilities.

The construction works include underpinning, structural repairs, brickwork repairs, roof repairs & alterations, bat loft, steel staircase with oak infill treads, steel & glazed balustrading, leadwork, aluminium & timber windows, oak Screens, oak wall cladding, lime plaster, internal finishes and MEP installation to seminar rooms and associated facilities. This phase included works to Buildings C and D including substructure (piling only) for the link building.

P J Spillings Joinery were commissioned to produce the windows, teaching walls and the internal joinery such as the doors and screens.

Earlham Hall which is home to the UEA School of Law underwent a major restoration project completing in the spring of 2014, creating newly refurbished offices, seminar rooms, a lecture theatre and substantial student space.

The additional teaching facilities will be completed by early March 2017.

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