The next generation of entrepreneurs, who will use the best storage Chester has to offer, have been handed a £3 million present in the form of a brand new business school centre.
The new centre will be opening at Coleg Cambria’s Northop College and will offer a wide range of courses of which some will be at degree level. There’ll also be business training and development programmes available to students.
Local firm Wynne Construction have been contracted to complete the project, the design of which will feature a grand atrium with lots of relaxed seating areas to socialise and break out from the typical office environment. The interiors will be modern and forward-thinking, with a space which feels open thanks to lots of glass, allowing natural light to flood the building.
The CEO of Coleg Cambria Northop College David Jones spoke to Daily Post about what the centre will mean for students and the local economy: “The Business School will have strong links with our University Centres and will integrate closely with our apprenticeship programmes ensuring that our qualified apprentices progress to higher level learning equipping them as tomorrow’s leaders and entrepreneurs.”
The design of the building is aimed to incorporate the best technology with high tech facilities and a host of interactive zones for students to make use of. Wynne Construction have carried out numerous other aspirational building projects for the college and make sure they use the same teams throughout the process which insures consistency and allows a great client collaboration making sure all needs and expectations are met to the highest standard.