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Sir Alec Reed CBE unveils new School of Management extension

Posted on 26/10/2011
Moore Building extension

The School of Management Moore Building extension provides high-quality, modern facilities for both staff and students. This includes eight dedicated seminar/break-out rooms, three innovative flexible work pods and the creation of a central feature atrium area providing flexible social and work space. The School's new eco-building has a low-carbon footprint is a visually stunning demonstration of the innovative values central to the new Faculty.

Professor Paul Layzell said, “This extension completes the second and final phase of a project to provide state-of-the-art teaching facilities. The work presents a modern and vibrant image of the School that reflects its growing success and importance to the College.”

School of Management's 21st anniversary and opening of the new extension

An event was held on 26th October to celebrate the School's 21st anniversary and the completion of phase 2 of the Moore Building extension. Sir Alec Reed CBE, who has close links with the College, was invited to speak and unveiled a commemorative plaque (pictured below left with outgoing Head of School Prof. Chris Smith). 

Sir Alec Reed with Prof. Chris Smith 


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