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The Refurbishment of the Heffron Building at the UNSW for the Australian School of Business (ASB) had the following two key objectives: to consolidate the various divisions of the ASB into one unified complex and cohesive image for the School and to create quality post-graduate coursework teaching spaces. The ASB was allocated the Heffron Building, a six storey 12,000 m2 building originally designed for the School of Chemistry in 1962. The project involved substantial demolition reducing the building to its structural skeleton of columns and slabs. The delivery of the overall project involved the services of two architectural firms. Fjmt architects with lahznimmo architects worked together on the base building. Fjmt architects were responsible for the External Building and lahznimmo architects the Interior Building Refurbishment and Fitout.
Client: University of New south Wales
Project Value: $20 Mil
Awards: 2008 Public Architecture Award AIA NSW Chapter