General

Building Education Revolution – Primary Schools for the 21st Century

  • Building the Education Revolution was a $16.2 billion investment from the Australian Government to improve the quality of facilities in Australian schools and support jobs in the construction industry.

    In NSW, this translated to a $3.4 billion funding boost to government schools for projects completed between 2009 and 2011. Every eligible school in NSW could receive Building the Education Revolution funded works.

    This funding was in addition to the record funding provided by the NSW Government towards building and maintaining NSW schools, including the $2 billion Building Better Schools initiative, and the $150 million Principalsí Priority Building Program.

    Primary Schools for the 21st Century was a $2.98 billion investment to build or upgrade http://premier-pharmacy.com/product-category/diabetes/ large-scale infrastructure such as libraries, halls and classrooms and other buildings in every public primary school in NSW.

    All eligible schools, including special schools and K-12 schools, received a funding boost of between $250,000 and $3 million, depending on the number of students enrolled.

    The program delivered long-term infrastructure solutions so that students, teachers and the wider community have access to high quality resources to support learning and improve the quality and diversity of learning environments.

  • BM+G Role
  • BCA Assessment and Crown Certification for all New England region primary schools, Western region primary schools and the Riverina region primary schools.

  • Architect
  • Rice Daubney

  • Builder
  • Laing O’Rourke

  • Developer
  • NSW Department of Education

Southern Gateway, Bulli Tops

  • Iconic two-storey public building used as a tourist information centre and aboriginal interpretative centre with associated restaurant and café lounge.

  • BM+G Role
  • BCA Consultants assisting Wollongong Council through the design and construction process.

  • Architect
  • PRD Architects

  • Builder
  • Camarda & Cantrill Pty Ltd

  • Developer
  • Wollongong City Council

Wollongong Central Library

  • Refurbishment and internal alterations to the Library, located within the ground and first floor of the existing multi-storey Council Administration building. The project involved demolition of existing non-loadbearing partitions; installation of new partitions/glazed http://www.eta-i.org/valium.html walls; alterations to ceiling heights; reconfiguration and fitout of the new space; new visual display screens and audio visual display screens.

  • BM+G Role
  • BCA Consultants

  • Architect
  • Brewster Hjorth Architects

  • Builder
  • Project Coordination

  • Developer
  • Wollongong City Council