Spanning 21,730 square metres the new building compliments the existing buildings and also includes a new atrium and upgrade of the surrounding landscape. The Biological Renewal Project supports UNSW’s stated goal to be a leading, research intensive university. It’s the third major renewal and expansion project within the Biomedical Precinct on the upper campus of the UNSW Kensington Campus in recent years.
City Plan was engaged to provide Crown Building Work Certification Services for all stages of the development including:
Structural, civil works and inground services
Above ground structure for multiple stages; and
Landscaping & overall fitout
Completion of this new state of the art research and teaching facility required the:
construction of the new 9 storey Biological sciences building (E26),
relocation of existing operations from the biological sciences building (D26) to E26
refurbishment of the lower ground floor southern wing of the existing building,
refurbishment of the ground floor building (D26)
construction of a new fire stair between Wallace Wurth and building D26
construction of new rooftop plant to building D26
construction of a new loading dock and accessway and associated landscaping.
alterations to the façade and mechanical ventilation of the atrium.
New roof canopy over northern walkway
Level 6 western lobby fitout
City Plan was engaged to provide Crown Building Works certification services for all stages of the development including:
Bulk excavation, shoring, piling and basement structure;