Templeman Library reaches its peak

As the Templeman Library’s new wing takes shape, we want to show you the vision for the new space, including the improved central facilities.

Take this 2 minute virtual tour and experience the New Templeman Library, inside and out!

As the University launched its 50th anniversary celebrations on 1 October, the Templeman Library development project celebrated a key milestone: the highest building point was reached.

Denise Everitt, Deputy Vice-Chancellor performed the symbolic Topping Out ceremony with John Sotillo, Director of Information Services, by tightening a bolt on the new Library Wing’s roof. This was followed by a tour of the building.

Templeman 'topping out'
John Sotillo, Director of Information Services and Denise Everitt, University Deputy Vice-Chancellor

Phase 1 of the three stage project is due to complete in the Spring Term, Phase 2 during 2016 and Phase 3 to follow. The new 5000m² new library wing will house over 500 new study spaces, exhibition gallery, seminar rooms and a 250 seat lecture theatre with café.

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