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Staff can watch up-to-the-minute building progress going on across campus via new webcams.
The new Bio-Science facility, known as the Apex, in Crown Street and the Central Teaching Laboratories are progressing well and both are due for completion before the start of the new 2011 session.
Tenders have also been received for the new Eco-Residences development and work is due to start on site in November. Taking in students from the start of the new academic year September 2012, sustainability is a key feature in the new development to aid the University in meeting its commitments to reduce its carbon footprint and deliver high quality, sustainable buildings.
To view the sites on the webcam visit: www.liv.ac.uk/facilities-management/campus-development/index.htm and select a project.
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