Monash University Constructs Biomedical Learning and Teaching Building

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Monash University Constructs Biomedical Learning and Teaching Building

Monash University is constructing the Biomedical Learning and Teaching Building in Victoria. Designed by Denton Corker Marshall, the $81 million facility will feature four flexible labs that can be configured and conjoined to accommodate 60, 120, or 240 students. Supporting programs in microbiology, anatomy, biochemistry, immunology, and physiology, the 123,700-sf building will provide Physical Containment Level 2 (PC2) labs, technology-rich dissection labs, breakout spaces, and a 12,900-sf informal learning hub. Construction began on the project in March of 2017 and completion is expected in November of 2018. The facility is being built by Multiplex with Donald Cant Watts Corke as project manager.