University of Bradford Norcroft Building

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University of Bradford Norcroft Building

The Norcroft Building was erected in 2003 on the corner of Tumbling Hill Street and Richmond Road. The £6 million facility provides an Analytical Centre on two floors sustaining biochemical, pharmaceutical and chemical research at the University with an additional 40 researchers and high quality computing equipment used for computer modelling and mathematical manipulation. The building was recognised at the Bradford District Design Awards who rewarded its design and environmental initiatives as contributing to ‘encouraging a visually attractive, liveable and sustainable 21st century district’. The building is linked internally to the Norcroft Conference Centre and the Institute of Cancer Therapeutics.

Building Details

Floor Plans

Should you notice any inaccuracies on the plans please advise Steve Bradbury on ext. 3419 or email s.a.bradbury@bradford.ac.uk.

Accommodation Information

Should you notice any inaccuracies on the register please advise Steve Jenkins on ext. 3420 or email s.a.jenkins@bradford.ac.uk.

Current projects, notifications of work or known faults:

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