Computational Foundry, Swansea University

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The new £31million world-class Computational Science facility will act as a beacon for research collaborations and will look to attract leading researchers to Wales, placing Swansea at the heart of a thriving regional ecosystem of digital companies and research.

Backed by a £17m from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), it will also feature world-leading experimental set-ups, equipment, devices and prototypes to accelerate innovation. The building will be operational and welcome staff and students from September 2018

The site will have been operational for just 2 months so it's a good opportunity to see the ground works and foundations of the building.

1742 sqm footprint offices and laboratories, research and teaching facilities.The build will use sustainable, energy efficient building techniques and renewable energy technology to achieve a minimum assessment of BREEAM “Excellent

Address Computational Foundry site
Swansea University Bay Campus
Fabian Way,
Crymlyn Burrows,
Skewen,
Swansea
SA1 8EN
SA1 8EN
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Situated in the Bay Campus, there is central parking available.

Please come to the site office to start your tour.

Ensure you have sturdy footwear.

You will be required to wear site helmets and safety wear which we will provide for the length of your visit.

Parking available yes

At the University campus car park (please bring change for the machine)

Length of Visit 1 Hour
Maximum Group Size 15
Register by 1 Apr 2017
Disabled Access yes

Please advise of any special access requirements. There may be limited areas and we want to make your visit as enjoyable as possible.

Email: simon.williams@willmottdixon.co.uk

Child Restrictions yes

Please advise when booking for under 16’s. There may be limited areas and we want to make your visit as enjoyable as possible.

Email: simon.williams@willmottdixon.co.uk

Marie-Claire Overton

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Fully Booked

28 Mar 2017

10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. Fully Booked