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Stage 2A: Multipurpose Sports Court Facility | 2B- STEM & Innovation Centre with STEAM Courtyard
Architect: M3 Architecture
Landscape Architect: Lat27 Architects
Building Company/s: Stage 2A - A. Gabrielli Construction | Stage 2B - To be confirmed
Stage 2 involves the construction of a new multipurpose Sports Court to support the wide variety of health and fitness programs on offer at our College. Upon completion of the new Sports Court, demolition of the existing Sports Court will take place and a new construction zone will be established along the Oxley Street side of the campus.
Design Concept Images of the Sports Court
Stage 2B: STEM & Innovation Centre with STEAM Courtyard
We will begin construction of a state-of-the-art STEM and Innovation Building soon. This exciting project will deliver the much needed facilities and spaces to support our award winning STEM program. With new Marine Science, Biology, Chemistry and Physics labs, classrooms, flexible learning areas and an architecturally-designed ‘STEAM’ Courtyard, we will continue to engage and excite young women, igniting a natural curiosity and passion for science in our students, knowing that they are the innovators and inventors of the future. The Academic Teaching Team will also be relocated to this new building to create a dedicated learning hub in the very heart of our College.
We look forward to sharing Design Concept Images with our College Community in November.
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Acknowledgement of Country: We give thanks and respectfully acknowledge the Gurrumbilbarra Wulgurukaba people, the Traditional Custodians of this beautiful country whose land our College shares. We recognise their ongoing deep spiritual connection to this Country, and the care they gave for thousands of years. We also acknowledge the Bindal people as the neighbouring Custodians of their Country. We pay our respects the Elders, past, present and emerging and extend that respect to other Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples here today.