Alan Turing Building

Alan Turing Building

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Alan Turing Building

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This article is about the Alan Turing Building in Manchester, there is another building of the same name at QinetiQ in Malvern.

The Alan Turing Building, named after the mathematician and founder of computer science Alan Turing, is a building at the University of Manchester, in Manchester, England. It houses the School of Mathematics, the Photon Science Institute and the Jodrell Bank Centre for Astrophysics (part of the School of Physics and Astronomy). The building is located in the Chorlton-on-Medlock district of Manchester, on Upper Brook Street, and is adjacent to the new University Place. While under construction the project was known as AMPPS : Astronomy, Mathematics, Physics and Photon Science. The building was shortlisted for the Greater Manchester Building of the Year 2008 prize, which is awarded by the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce.


The £43m building was completed in July 2007, and was designed by architects Sheppard Robson. It consists of three "fingers", each of which are four stories high. The building is of steel frame construction, with reinforced concrete stair wells,.Photographs clearly show construction details including...
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