APP has worked with Curtin University since 2016 to manage the planning, design and construction of the project, successfully delivering a multidisciplinary PC2 teaching laboratory for undergraduate science.
This project serves as a ‘Prototype’ SuperLab for Curtin University, offering the opportunity to improve the learning experience for Health Sciences and Science & Engineering students, to explore new teaching methods, and to build a culture and work practices that support multidisciplinary science.
The refurbished facility will accommodate 96 students, and will be used by the Faculty of Health Sciences and Faculty of Science and Engineering. The flexible SuperLab has the functionality to sub-divide into halves or quadrants for separate teaching spaces with wet-staining benches, sinks and biosafety cabinet work stations.
Other deliverables included:
- A Flexi Dry Lab for specialist equipment that accommodates 12 students.
- Preparation Areas, a Cool Room and a BSC II Zone.
- Upgrades to existing amenity including toilets and staff workplace.
- Key infrastructure and compliance upgrades.
We’re looking forward to seeing staff and students enjoying the new facility for years to come.
Congratulations to Curtin University and APP’s project team Antonio Malpique, Anton Kuczerepa, Stuart Bell and Vanessa Chong for a fantastic result and quality outcome.