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GLEE is the University of Bradford’s latest Student Experience enhancement project that has not only radically improved the old, inefficient learning environment of the City Campus Library but also provided a low carbon refurbishment in tandem.
This project is a win-win-win-win-win. It has provided a 21st century library for the University and a vastly improved learning and student experience. The space is flexible and will cope well with changes to libraries use.
Carbon and utility savings are huge and overall it provides a very relevant template for the sector. Bradford show that refurbishments can be delivered cheaply, quickly and with a minimum of disruption to service users.
The GLEE programme put people at the centre of the process. The provision of a modern space has aided behaviour issues; a bi-product through a greater level of respect, less litter and noise issues.
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