2016 - June 2016

Henry Boot Construction secure 38 Mappin Street refurbishment for University of Sheffield – 03/06/16

University of SheffieldHenry Boot Construction

Henry Boot Construction Limited are pleased to have been awarded the 38 Mappin Street refurbishment project for the University of Sheffield. 

Due to open in January 2017, this refurbished building will provide flexible teaching and examination space.  Prayer rooms will also be provided within the facility.  The project will commence with a strip-out of an existing three storey building with basement inclusive of mechanical and electrical installations to the main plantroom.

Internal works comprise of stripping out existing internal partitions, floors and suspended ceilings.  Mechanical and Electrical integration will be installed along with structural and façade alterations.  External alterations include new windows and doors with the replacement of the existing canopy.  The building will be re-fitted with new partition walls, floors and ceilings along with new mechanical and electrical equipment to create a new teaching facility.

Work will start on site in June 2016.

“We are delighted to have secured the contract to refurbish 38 Mappin Street for the University of Sheffield.  We look forward to maintaining our excellent working relationship and enhancing our reputation by delivering another successful project.”

Tony Shaw, Operations Director, Henry Boot Construction

Keith Lilley, Director of Estates and Facilities Management at the University of Sheffield, said he was looking forward to the successful completion of this important development.

“38 Mappin Street is another vital element of our estates development programme, bringing an existing building back into use to provide top quality teaching and examination space. Our continued success with increasing numbers choosing to study here means we’re constantly working to provide the amount and standard of study space our students expect, and this project will be an important part of delivering that. We’re confident that Henry Boot will do an excellent job and look forward to seeing the work start on site.”


For more information contact:

Karen Fisher
Business Development Manager