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Campus Construction Compendium

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Jul 28 2008 18:35
 

Estates are having a busy summer refurbishing old buildings and fixing new ones. Live! went on a walk to find out what has changed.

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1. grad   
Jul 29 2008 09:59
 

library looks awesome. like how they call it a library 'learning' cafe hahah. also lol at the colour of the chairs in the miner cafe and the 'art' on the wall. and wow eastside is building fasttttt.

2. BORED   
Jul 29 2008 15:37
 

BORRRRRRRRRINGGGGGGGG YAWN!

I demand new Rector gaffes now!

Jul 30 2008 13:36
 

The remarks about Biochemistry are incorrect. The glass panels did not start to fall out. It was found that some of the rubber seals were becoming loose and there was the small chance of panels falling. This problem was solved by the addition of metal brackets within the seals. It must also be said that some of the glass panes have now received their new rubber seals which explains why the footpath has been closed. People should get their facts right first!

Jul 30 2008 14:05
 

Well, if people in College would respond to emails on the subject, there would be more than 'allegedly'. I think roping off the area near the windows means they felt there was a good chance they would fall out...

5. C.   
Jul 30 2008 23:53
 

Woah the new Bessemer cafe looks great, though I bet the prices won't be anything like Claud's though...I want my 25p cup of tea :( *moan*

Jul 31 2008 17:33
 

Nice to see inside the new entrance to the library, seeing as the hadn't manage to actually finish the damn thing before I finished my degree. Tell me Kirsty, is it nice and cool on the ground floor with that new air-con? You know, the one that doesn't actually cool down the really sweltering parts of the library.

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