MONASH UNIVERSITY BUSINESS SCHOOL BUILDING H

900 Dandenong Rd, CAULFIELD EAST, Victoria, Australia. 3145

Estimated Value $30 million

Development University building h

Main Category Education

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About This Project


Works comprise 5,000m2 of fitout on levels 8, 9 & 10 of Monash University Business School, Building H at the Caulfield Campus to create new public, teaching & office spaces including the Deanery. A key element of the project involves the construction of a free standing function pavilion Level 8 terrace of Building from cross laminated timber (CLT). The facilities will provide a high quality corporate environment for the executive hub for the Monash Business School & high-end educational facilities for delivering programs for Executive Education, Executive Masters of Business Administration (EMBA) & the Masters of Business Administration (MBA).

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Type UNIVERSITY BUILDING H
Dev Type Renovation
Status Commenced
Stage CONSTRUCTION
Ownership 2
No. Units 0.000
No. Floors 0.000
Commencement Date 22/08/16
Completion Date 28/07/17
First Reported Date 29/03/17

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Ben Galea
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