Building maintenance at the faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science (EEMCS) is now costing so much that a major renovation has become essential. Erected in 1968, the building has reached the end of its lifetime. The electrical systems, transformers and central heating are obsolete, the lifts keep breaking down and the façade is damp and leaky. Everything possible is now being done to keep the building useable for a couple more years, until we know exactly how EEMCS is to be housed in the future. The building of the faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences (CEG), built in 1975, is also due for an overhaul. It needs better insulation and a more open feel. Renovation plans have been in the pipeline for years, but the hope is that work on a large part of the building will begin in 2017. and 30392

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