Sir James Dyson breaks ground at new engineering campus

Sir James Dyson breaks ground at new engineering campus

MJ Church are very pleased be working on the hugely exciting and innovative new project, The Dyson Institute of Engineering and Technology’s – known locally as the DIET. MJ Church have been contracted to build the car park that will provide spaces for the DIET as well as extending car parking for the Malmesbury Campus.

This week Sir James Dyson and Jo Johnson, Minister of State for Universities and Science, kicked off the project with a turf cutting ceremony on site, attended by the 33 engineering students already working and studying at the Dyson Institute. More info on the DIET can be found here.

For MJ Church, it is an honour to be working on such an innovative and local project, particularly as it mirrors the company’s ambition to support young people into an engineering career. The MJ Church Civil Engineering Academy at Wiltshire College continues to grow with student numbers at 19 for 2017 intake, up from the 6 students last year. More info on the course can be found here.

The construction of the car park is now underway and will provide some 300 additional spaces in a landscaped environment linking to the DIET Campus building and modular halls of residence for the students.

Posted on: December 5th, 2017 by Admin