Western Sydney University Science Building
An audacious sustainability goal driven by necessity, combined with new technologies and the collective will to learn, adapt and innovate, has seen Western Sydney University’s new $30 million state of the art Science Building on track to achieve a 6 star Green Star rating and set new Australian construction standards.
Energy minimisation was a key design driver: the University’s Parramatta campus was virtually at the threshold of its high voltage supply capacity. dwp led a highly collaborative process of open discourse, lateral thinking and eight weeks of value engineering to find innovative solutions and efficiencies.
Our case study on this innovative Green Star project provides and in depth explanation on how $1.8million was saved without compromising on sustainable building. Download the case study here.
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