The £21million, five-storey development will sit opposite the Isaac Newton Building and next to the Janet Lane-Claypon Building and will create a science corridor within the campus. Facilities to be built include lecture theatres, laboratories, anatomy pro-section suites and a dedicated science library, as well as clinical skills suites and a modern-day physics garden.
Harvey Dowdy, Director of Estates at the University of Lincoln, said: “The Lincoln Medical School is an exciting project for the University of Lincoln and marks the start of improvements to the healthcare system within Lincolnshire. We are delighted to be working with BAM Construction to deliver this landmark building for the campus, which will be our most sustainable facility.
“The first cohort of students will start in existing facilities in September 2019, and we are excited to be able to involve these students in the development of the new purpose built facility.”
Works will commence on site later this year and delivery is expected to be completed during Spring 2021.