Goodenough House - Redevelopment

Location: Bloomsbury | LONDON

Client: Arup & Goodenough College

Timeline: August 2011 - November 2014

Project Value: circa £17M

Role of FCM: Fox Curtis Murray provided a team of inspectors which included both fabric and M&E Clerks of Works

Project Description: Goodenough College is situated in one of London’s finest Georgian squares. After the Second World War a ‘sister trust’ raised finance for further expansion and William Goodenough House opened as a residence for female postgraduates and students.

William Goodenough House now provides mixed accommodation to overseas students and academics, with in excess of 400 rooms / flats available. It re-opened in autumn 2012 following an extensive 12-month redevelopment. There are now private (ensuite) bathrooms in every study bedroom. Two additional stories were added to provide additional accommodation.

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