The University of Wolverhampton has appointed a new
Director of Facilities.
Henry Gun-Why is responsible for the strategic development and
management of the University’s property, estate and facilities
capital programmes, ensuring optimum use of buildings and
He will also oversee provision of a range of commercially
successful, customer focused services across the University Campus
for students, staff and the wider community
Over the last 25 years, Henry has held a number of senior
management posts within the University of Liverpool’s Department of
Buildings & Estates - and more recently with the Science
Technology Facilities Council, as Head of Estates Management and
Operations, including the Master Planning of the proposed Daresbury
Science and Innovation Campus circa £600m over next 25 years.
He has been involved in the development of suitable and
sufficient environments for Universities (Research and Teaching)
and also large scales Science and Technology Research Facilities,
with a keen focus on good sustainable design and the application of
low to zero carbon technologies.
Henry has also held positions as Chair of Association of
University Engineers, Daresbury Regional Planning Group and Halton
Science and Technology Action Group, Board member of the Daresbury
Strategic Development Partnership and is currently Chair of
Governors at The Mosslands School - a Technology College on the