Sangar Institute, Cambridge University Biomedical Campus

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Client: Kier
Decoration Dates: September 2014 - November 2015
Overall value: £101k
Labour Resource at Peak: 9

Description:            Research Space (laboratories, stores, workshops, meeting rooms and breakout spaces), Basement car park, Window boards, External Steel Columns, Door frames, Architraves, Skirting and Concrete soffits.

Products used:       Dulux Trade Matt Emulsion, Dulux Trade Vinyl Silk Emulsion, Dulux Trade Gloss, Dulux Trade Eggshell, Dulux Trade Weathershield All Seasons Masonry Paint, Dulux Trade Satin Varnish.


The Sangar Institute is now home to 100,000 NHS patient’s genomes – complete sets of DNA, including all genes. The £58m research facility is co-funded by the Wellcome Trust and the Medical Research Council, to provide a state-of-the-art sequencing hub where data can be collected, stored and analysed by scientists.

This project has been an efficient but varied one; we have used spray painting techniques on the concrete soffits as well as traditional roller and brush work on all other surfaces. All works were handed over on time, on quality and without accident.