Civil and structural engineering consultancy CWA has won the brief to provide civil and structural engineering work on a new £20 million teaching facility for the University of Warwick.
The Birmingham-based consultancy has secured the contract to carry out the work on a new teaching and learning building on the university's Coventry campus which is due to open next year.
The development includes two lecture theatres with a total of 750 seats, teaching and seminar areas, social learning and networking spaces and advanced teaching and visual technology.
The new building was designed by the Oxford office of BGS Architects.
CWA won the appointment from main contractor Willmott Dixon.
Director Steve Wedge said: "This development is in a pivotal area of the campus, close to other key facilities.
"The building will be architecturally outstanding, with the facilities inside the building providing a flexible learning environment combining world-class academic activity with a high level of technology.
"The sustainability of the building and its impact on the environment is also a prime consideration, with provision for sustainable materials, thermal performance, natural ventilation, low energy lighting, and rain-water harvesting."