Stage 2 of the South Metropolitan TAFE Campus redevelopment comprised of a 1300m² Electrical Engineering, Electrical trades and Instrumentation facility and a 2000m² Mechanical Engineering and Oil & Gas Process Plant facility for advanced engineering diploma training.
Development of the Challenger Institute of Technology Rockingham Campus, Building Trades Centre.
The training centre is the largest training facility of its kind in the state, providing pre-apprentice and apprentice training for more than 700 students in the southern metropolitan region. It offers courses in carpentry, bricklaying and plastering, wall and floor tiling, plumbing and gas fitting and electrical trades in a state-of-the-art facility equipped with workshops, specialised learning rooms and computer-based training rooms.
New Automotive Training Facility to replace the existing aged light automotive facilities located on campus at the Industrial Skills Wing and the Heavy Auto.
The centre incorporates two large workshops, leading edge vehicle testing facilities, diagnostic computer software and interactive teaching methods using state of the art electronic and simulated technologies.
The 3,000m² new training centre that is the most technologically advanced motor trades institute in WA and a leading of light automotive industry training.
The centre provides the working environment of a modern automotive repair workshop along with gallery space and incorporates waiting areas, simulated service centre counters, a college reception counter, breakout space for large gatherings and exhibition space. The width of the gallery allows vehicles to be driven through and into adjacent spaces if required.
First stage of Central Institute of Technology redevelopment included the consolidation of several campuses into one central facility in Northbridge. Stage 1 incorporates the Technology Centre for Printing, Jewellery and Art, Design and Media. The building comprises of 7 Pre-print graphic design studios, a theatrette and staff accommodation at first floor level linking homogeneously into the existing Art & Design Building. On the ground floor addressing Newcastle St is the Print Finishing facility which houses the relocated Heidelberg print machines in a light industrial workshop facility. Total floor area- 2800m².
This commission included the preparation of a Northbridge campus masterplan and project brief for the decant of the Wembley and Lord St campuses into the recently completed “Knowledge Industries building” (30 Aberdeen St).
The Kimberley Institute of Technology provides multipurpose and course-specific teaching facilities to cater for the projected growth in delivery at the campus.
The project included consolidation of the maritime course delivery area by locating new air-conditioned teaching spaces within close proximity to the maritime practical skills area; provision of a learning research centre providing easy access to on-line resources; computer networking to other libraries; appropriate ‘quiet study’ space for students and adjacent video conference facilities; and a canteen upgrade.