Our Estates Team is responsible for the planning, development and management of our University campus’. We work hard to continuously improve our estate and surrounding areas to ensure our students, staff and visitors have the best possible experience. Estates Development projects range from new builds and major refurbishments to smaller re-fit works and redecorations.
The Advanced Wellbeing Research Centre will be an innovative new, research-focused building for the National Centre for Sports and Exercise Medicine in Sheffield and sit on Sheffield’s Olympic Legacy Park.
Along with other commercial partners, the Department of Health and Social Care have committed £14million of funding to the project which will be the most advanced research and development centre for physical activity in the world, providing state-of-the-art, fully instrumented indoor and outdoor laboratories and a team of over 70 researchers delivering collaborative projects. These researchers, from Sheffield Hallam University, will be drawn from a range of specialities as required, from Sports Engineering, Materials Engineering and Software Development, to Elite Sports Science and Psychology.
The Campus Masterplan is our vision for the next two decades, creating the best possible environment for our students, staff and visitors.