So as promised, here's a few screen grabs of how the dorms are coming along
Halls as viewed from the front. Obviously the left wing isn't done but given you have to build one block at a time I think it's pretty good progress!
The ground floor and centre section isn't built yet either because they're going to be public/communal/utility spaces and I haven't figured out where and what I need (Obviously I need a dining hall, laundrette, common room, etc, but there's bound to be other things I've not thought of and I haven't decided where they all should go yet)
Main entrance. The slabs leading to the left door are meant to be a wheelchair ramp
Accommodation block corridor (This one is the first floor, for dorms 51-70). The university policy for these halls is for female students to be allocated rooms on odd-numbered floors and male students get allocated rooms on even-numbered floors.
Typical dorm. You can tell this one's on the first floor because of the bars in the windows! Anybody who has been a student probably knows first hand that the less savoy element of the local community see students as easy pickings when it comes to burglaries and the like.
Accommodation block communal kitchen. The halls are catered (because first year students fail at looking after themselves really hard! I remember it well), but you still need somewhere to make your pot noodles and hot cups of tea.
Shower block. The recent addition of aquatic blocks were a big help here!
Claire's room... (If you're paying attention it's room 69 on the 3rd fhoor)
She's tried to give it her own touch!
The (more or less) complete portion of the building at night
You can see the overall shape of the finished structure with the third wing. At the moment that wing is only long enough to contain 10 dorms per floor, when complete it's supposed to accommodate 30 dorms per floor, so it's currently a bit shorter than 1/3 of its final length (because the stairwells adds to the length and the rear wing will have 3 stairwells instead of 2 for the front wings)