Repair and refurbishment scheme to the Grade II listed Caedmon Hall building at Leeds Beckett University. This is to enable the relocation of the teaching and working accommodation for the School of Education from Carnegie Hall into Caedmon Hall.
Caedmon Hall was originally built at female student accommodation at the beginning of the 20th Century. It was last upgraded in 2004 but prior the works starting the building was vacant.
Works including repairs to the existing roof, timber sash window repairs, secondary glazing, and internal refurbishment including mechanical and electrical services throughout.
There is a requirement to address energy usage, improve comfort and ensure an inclusive environment.
The work will be roughly 70% complete with final completion taking place in the summer.
Visitors will be welcomed into the site office where the site team will present a presentation about the project which will them followed by a site tour of the construction site.
We will be undertaking final finishing including decorating and snagging on some floors, whilst on the others work will be continuing for floor finishes, joinery and installing the mechanical and electrical services.
We are welcoming visitors on Friday 22nd March over the following sessions
Session 1. 13:00 – 14:00
Session 2. 14:30-15:30
Minimum age: 16 years old