Work will see Willmott Dixon transform the university’s London Road Building into a dedicated learning zone at the Elephant and Castle campus.
Professor Paul Ivey, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Innovation) and Chief Business Officer at LSBU said: “The Wilkinson Eyre Architects design for London South Bank University’s ‘Learning Hub’ ensures our facilities, learning spaces, and technology remain fit for the future.
“I am delighted to welcome Willmott Dixon Interiors as our construction partners in this important venture.
“All three organisations are working towards creating a campus that has the capacity and facilities needed to serve students, staff and the wider community.
As the LSBU project is within a live campus environment, Willmott Dixon Interiors will be utilising its considerable experience of working within occupied space, having previously delivered projects in confined spaces for both Imperial College London and City University.
Graham Shaw, Managing Director of Willmott Dixon Interiors, said: “We are really pleased to be working with LSBU to help it transform the London Road Building and realise its modern campus vision.”