Western Sydney University, Building J
LOCATION:
Westmead Campus, Westmead
CLIENT:
Western Sydney University
ARCHITECT:
Stage 1: Gray Puksand, Stage 2: BKA Architecture
PROJECT MANAGER:
Western Sydney University
PROJECT VALUE:
Stage 1: $11M Stage 2: TBC
SERVICES:
Services: mechanical, electrical, fire, hydraulics, and vertical transportation services (including Stage 2 acoustic services)

The project involves the adaptive reuse of WSU’s Westmead Campus – Building J -the site of the former St Vincent’s Boys Home.

The heritage building is now the home to WSU’s NICM Health Research Institute. Stage 1 of the project is now complete and incorporates clinic rooms, dispensaries, and associated staff support areas.

The design for Stage 2 is currently underway and will include a range of laboratories and facilities.

ADP have proactively engaged with WSU and their internal stakeholders to ensure the design has delivered on all key university policy and guideline requirements. For example, through early engagement ADP were able to address key university energy efficiency and future maintenance requirements and coordinate the establishment of a new high efficiency central thermal plant.