The Refectory at the University of Canberra has had a refresh to start the second half of the year. We have heard via the grapevine that takings have doubled since the refresh and three extra staff have been employed – a successful outcome.
The old pool room at ANU Burgmann college has been converted into a gallery room that can be used for both exhibitions and meetings. This is the first phase of a larger upgrade of the whole residential college.
Refurbishment of the old science block at St Mary McKillop college has produced a new student learning and social hub including at canteen and cafe facility.
A new science and general purpose classroom building has just been completed and opened at St Mary MacKillop College in Isabella Plains, Tuggeranong.
We are currently updating the website – hope you like the new look so far. The new project pages will be appearing over the next few weeks.
The Sustainable Skills Training Hub at CIT has just been awarded a 6 star Greenstar Education V1 design rating. This is as a result of many months of dedication put into the submission by the whole design team including consultants, the project manager and client.
To have a look in more detail at this project, follow this link.
Construction Control have just won the Master Builder Association (MBA) award in the Public Buildings $5-$10 million category for the ANU Research School of Earth Sciences Jaeger 8 building (ACT). Collard Clarke Jackson Canberra were the project architects and a full description of building with images can be found at this link. If you want to read more about the MBA awards, head to this link.