Client:Nottingham Trent University
Location:Clifton and Boots Libraries
Nottingham Trent University is committed to offering the best possible facilities to their students.
They aim to be at the forefront of design and accommodation in the Higher Education sector.
Their vision for the refurbishment of the Boots and Clifton libraries was to create an inspiring space to study whilst ensuring book stocks were managed in the most appropriate way.
Julie Partridge from Boots Library explained: 'It was important to choose the right style of furniture in terms of usability, comfort and longevity. The key items we decided upon worked really well in the spaces with the book shelving and the E2A study desking. All in all, this makes for an exciting place for the students to work and study.'
Jo Neal from Clifton Library commented: 'The overall look has transformed the old and tired library space into a vibrant and colourful environment, with the flexibility and diversity of study spaces that we were looking for. It feels like a new building.'
Speaking about the project as a whole, Ann Scotney, Project Manager for Nottingham Trent University, has commented: 'Working in collaboration with Broadstock has been an exciting and enjoyable experience for everyone involved. We are so pleased with the final result and the effort put into both projects to deliver them on time and within budget.'