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University of Plymouth - Devon

The Project

The Roland Levinsky Building is the arts complex at the University of Plymouth, Devon, England, built in 2007. Construction of the building began in 2004 and was completed on schedule in early August 2007 with a value of £34m. The building has been named in memory of Roland Levinsky, former Vice-Chancellor of the University of Plymouth.

Insulating Glass Units incorporating Pilkington Suncool™ 50/25 (includes a quantity of Graphite Pilkington Spandrel Panels and also non-standard screen printed glass).

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Project Details
Surface Area
3000 m²
Address
Drake Circus, Plymouth, Devon, PL4 8AA, United Kingdom
Opening Date
Aug 2007
Building Type
  • Leisure
  • Education
About the Architect/Installer
Architect
Executive Architects Building Design Partnership, Bristol; Concept Architects, Henning Larsen Tegnestue, Denmark; Civil and Structural Engineers: Scott Wilson
Installer
HBG Construction, Exeter