BVN have been selected as architects for the Colleges Innovation Hub which will house over 35 labs and classrooms for TAS and Science (approx.. 4,400sqm). The project including demolition of the Wagan building and landscaping of the central plaza will cost up to $30 million and is expected to be completed for the start of the 2022 academic year.
BVN (Bligh Voller Nield) was established between 1997 and 1999 with the merger of Bligh Voller Architects, Lawrence Nield and Partners Australia, Grose Bradley and Pels Innes Neilson and Kosloff. In 2009, Bligh Voller Nield became BVN Architecture. In 2013 BVN merged with Donovan Hill to form BVN Donovan Hill. In 2014 the practice became BVN. [ref: Wikipedia]
BVN is based in Australia and has won more Sir John Sulman Medals for design excellence than any other practice and is one of the largest providers of education infrastructure in the country and in particular the TAS/Science space. Other major contracts by BVN include MLC, Kincoppal, Ascham School Science Centre, The King’s School, Arthur Phillip High School Paramatta, Ravenswood School for Girls, Sydney Science Park Stem School, Melbourne Girls Grammar Artemis Centre, Brisbane Grammar School, Our Lady of the Assumption, St Patrick’s College Strathfield, Our Lady of the Assumption Strathfield, ANU, UTS, Charles Sturt, Monash University.
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