Universities and Education

The requirements for university and education facilities are different to those required by industry. The need to incorporate multi-discipline teaching, research, collaboration, and communal functions, requires a co-ordinated and collaborative approach. We ensure that all competing aspects and requirements are accounted for in a cohesive and integrated way.

Having worked with the majority of New Zealand universities, we have a significant body of work, benchmarked internationally, that demonstrates the successful delivery of world class facilities. These projects bring together both pedagogical and research functions in an environment that encourages best practice for staff, students, and collaborators.

The types of university and education facilities we have incorporated into various campuses are:

  • General Chemistry Laboratories

  • Physical Sciences

  • Microbiology and Genomic Facilities

  • Computing, Electronics, and Robotics

  • Material Performance

  • Food Chemistry

  • Dairy and Food Pilot Plant

  • Marine Environment and Coastal Ecology

  • Human Health and Anatomy

  • Soil and Earth Sciences

  • Horticulture, Agriculture, and Ecology

  • Zoology, Animal Physiology, and Veterinary Facilities

  • Glass Houses

  • Cleanrooms, including Trace Metal Cleanrooms

  • Physical Containment Laboratories

To discuss your project, or for more information on any of the examples and case studies, please contact us direct.

Case Studies

Science Centre

The University of Auckland

Alan MacDiarmid Laboratories

Victoria University of Wellington

Clinical Laboratory

Victoria University of Wellington / Capital & Coast District Health Board

Coastal Ecology

Victoria University of Wellington