Staff Newspaper of Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine
IC Reporter
  Issue 96, 3 July 2000
News
Sir Richard Sykes to be next Rector «
IC scientists create first transgenic malaria mosquito «
Beit Quad project update «
Your chance to toast the new Senior Common Room «
Top accolades reflect high standard of teaching «
The Queen's Birthday Honours List «
Wellcome Trust appoints new Governor «
Glaister joins new transport board «
Lords seek advice from management students «
Rector lambasts government for consistent underfunding «
Universities dismayed by threat of science cuts «
O&G topping out ceremony «
 
Features
Reconstructing Rembrandt: the grim reaper exposed «
Review: Golden Jubilee for lunchtime concerts «
 
Regular Features
In Brief «
Media Mentions «
Noticeboard «

Beit Quad project update

On 28 June the College received formal notification that Longley's, contractors for the Beit Quadrangle project, formally went into receivership on 25 June 2000.

The necessary advice and actions are being taken to allow the appointment of a new contractor so as to recommence works at the earliest possible opportunity and to work towards securing completion in time for student occupation in October 2000.

 
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