Yorkshire engineering firm completes £45m Leeds Beckett sports hub
A Yorkshire engineering specialist has announced the completion of its role on a multi-million pound sports hub for Leeds Beckett University.
SES Engineering Services has completed its role in the delivery of the Carnegie School of Sport alongside main contractor Galliford Try.
The £45m development features hypoxic chambers, a health and wellbeing studio, an indoor 60m sprint track for performance training and analysis, nutrition laboratories, and an enhanced strength and conditioning space as well as changing and recovery facilities.
SES’ business director North and Scotland, Steve Joyce, commented: “To be involved with such an innovative building as the Carnegie School of Sport further cements our excellent working relationship with Galliford Try on major higher education contracts of this type.
“The project also allowed us to demonstrate the real benefits of our early engagement to best effect and we are delighted to have made a significant contribution to this state-of-the-art building for Leeds Beckett University.”
Galliford Try’s project director, Sean Sweet, added: “Completion of the Carnegie School of Sport adds further to our successful track record of delivering innovative buildings in the higher education sector.
“This would not be achievable were it not for our ability to bring together such a formidable and highly experienced team of project partners, to work with us to execute logistically challenging schemes.
“Furthermore, we are delighted to be able to support Leeds Beckett University to deliver its vision for creating world-class facilities for its undergraduates, post graduate and research programmes and the elite athletes who tap into its performance expertise.”
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