Strand Campus Redevelopment
There have been a number of phased capital projects at the Strand Campus, significantly raising the quality of teaching and research space.
In 2004-6 the university undertook Phase II, a major renovation of part of the Grade I listed King’s Building. The project, which cost around £40 million, has completely transformed the interior of a large part of this building. The elegant 19th century features have been restored and updated, creating a superb environment for students and staff.
The South Range has undergone an exceptional conservation–led redevelopment with an emphasis on easier access and sustainability. It includes high quality teaching, social and research space for the 7,000 students and staff based there, as well as facilities of value to the whole of King's College London.
The Chancellor, HRH The Princess Royal, officially opened the South Range of the King’s Building on 15 May 2006.
The internal project manager was Alan Gibbs, Senior Project Manager, Estates & Facilities.
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