- The Menzies School of Health Research at Charles Darwin University comprises a new 2,700sqm building along with carefully integrated landscaping to create usable outdoor teaching and learning spaces.
- Research laboratories and Palliative Care Building refurbishment and extension.
- Mechanical, Electrical, Fire, Hydraulic and Vertical Transportation Services, ESD and Fire Engineering Consultancy.
- Construction completed 2014.
- The project was designed with a Sustainability focus:-
▫ Optimised passive building envelope design
▫ CO2 control of outside air introduced via the air conditioning system to match occupant demand for high occupancy rooms such as meeting rooms, conference rooms and the like.
▫ Outside air pre-conditioning heat recovery systems which utilise exhaust/return air to pre-condition incoming outside air.
▫ Provision of ceiling fans to provide improved air movement and to directly cool occupants to allow air conditioning to operate at higher room temperatures
▫ Intelligent automated building control systems.
▫ High levels of building air tightness through detail design and quality construction.
▫ Totally automated and energy efficient lighting systems.
▫ Low flow tapware/shower heads/urinals, dual flush toilets.