Construction of the first stage of a new senior secondary school (years 11-12) comprising two new buildings on a greenfield site. The project is being delivered in two separable portions.
The STEM and Arts Centre building has a floor area of over 3,000m2 and combines a range of specialist science, technology, engineering, materials and art studios.
The Learning Community Building has a floor area of over 1,500m2 and comprises 10 General Purpose Classroom areas, two collaboration spaces and associated amenities.
The development has over 13,000m2 of landscaping including 7,700 m2 of grassed area, 2,600 m2 natural finished concrete. External works include 45 at grade car parks, new electrical sub-station, passive and active outdoor recreational areas.
The buildings and services within the reserve are designed not only for the students’ benefit, but also to provide improved educational, social and recreational facilities for the wider local community.
The new school will interact with and complement the Taylors Hill West Community & Sports Reserve planned immediately south of the school.
Department of Education & Training
Cundall Consulting Engineers
Wallbridge & Gilbert
January 2017 – February 2018
Separable Portion 1 December 2017
Separable Portion 2 February 2018
Efficient programming/execution of works ensuring milestones are achieved.
Effective communication with stakeholders to minimise the impact of construction on the surrounding residential neighbourhood and community infrastructure.
High levels of site coordination/management to ensure build quality and site safety.