Vet school students move into new state-of-the-art facility at Keele University
The state-of-the-art new building provides a home for the Harper and Keele Veterinary School – a joint venture with Harper Adams University – on Keele’s campus. The building incorporates teaching facilities, a clinical skills centre and a veterinary school hub, which will be a veterinary “home” for Harper and Keele Veterinary School staff and students on the campus.
Work on the first wing of the building was completed in September and on time for the start of the new academic year, with the rest of the project due to be completed in early 2022.
Black KlasseCLAD was installed on the roof of this incredible project and the result is truly stunning, as you can see in the video below:
Jonathan Wastling, pro vice-chancellor and executive dean for the Faculty of Natural Sciences, said: “This landmark building on the Keele campus marks another major milestone in the development of our vet school; it’s wonderful to see this fantastic facility now being occupied by our veterinary students and staff.”
Marc Hastings, Chief Executive Officer, Noviniti, added: “It has been a great honour and pleasure for Noviniti, working in Partnership with Seddon Construction, to have delivered the new Harper and Keele Veterinary School for Keele University. This state-of-the-art education facility makes a truly great statement showpiece for the campus Science Park. Noviniti, Seddon and the Keele Estates team can be justly proud of what has been achieved in a remarkably short time frame, especially given the exceptional challenges the last 18 months has brought.”
Black KlasseCLAD features heavily on the roof of this incredible project, providing an attractive aesthetic finish to the external ductwork. Designed to provide zero permeability and act as a vapour barrier for insulation cladding and jacketing applications, KlasseCLAD offers superior resistance to weathering, mould, UV and extreme environmental conditions.
View all the images, from the project so far, in the gallery below: