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WMG Degree Apprenticeship Centre, Warwick University

Glass Link delivers high impact daylight at landmark university centre.

Warwick Manufacturing Group were awarded £10 million to build the WMG Degree apprenticeship centre at the University of Warwick, which opened in 2019.

The 3 storey, 2,400m2 apprenticeship centre sits at the heart of the campus and provides a bridge from education to industry.

Brett Martin supplied a striking Glass Link rooflight overlooking the central corridor of the extensive open plan break out area. This consisted of one long run of 12 fixed modules glazed with 2 glass panes per module of grey anti-sun glass.  Glass Link was selected due to the self-supporting span capabilities of the product as it needed to span 3800mm.

The WMG Degree Apprenticeship Centre provides apprentices with the opportunity to study on degree programmes to develop the skills needed by advanced engineering and manufacturing companies in conjunction with employment at companies throughout Coventry, Warwickshire and the West Midlands.

Flat Glass Rooflight Project

Brett Martin Glass Link delivers high impact daylight at landmark university centre

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