University of Technology Sydney Constructs Science Research Building

Published 4-2-2020
  • University of Technology Sydney - Science Research Building
  • University of Technology Sydney - Science Research Building
  • University of Technology Sydney - Science Research Building

    Courtesy of H2o Architects.

  • University of Technology Sydney - Science Research Building

    Courtesy of H2o Architects.

The University of Technology Sydney is constructing the Science Research Building in New South Wales, Australia. Designed by H2o Architects, the integrated seven-story facility will provide flexible research labs for the Faculty of Science and the Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology. Enabling collaborative discovery and development with industry partners, the interdisciplinary structure will feature specialized spaces for advanced analytics, chemical synthesis, phenomics, and translational medicine. Kane Constructions is the general contractor for the facility, which will physically connect to the existing Building 4. Construction began in February of 2019 and completion is expected in late 2020.