Monash University, Biomedical Learning and Teaching Building
Westlab were engaged to supply a unique tub and frame storage system to suit the high demands of this teaching facility, along with the supply of chemical storage cabinets, and specific cabinetry requirements for all laboratories.
The world-leading Biomedical Learning and Teaching Building for Monash University at its Clayton campus in Victoria has been designed by high-profile architects Denton Corker Marshall. The new building spans four levels, plus a lower ground floor and roof plantroom, and will provide a total of 11,400 square metres of state-of-the-art learning space for Biomedical Science students. Four ‘flexi labs’ within the Biomedical Learning and Teaching Building. Configured in an ‘L shape’, will wrap around a central glazed satellite preparation area providing smaller-scale more intimate laboratory environments for 60 to 120 students. Alternatively, the four laboratories can be combined to provide a space for up to 240 students.
Westlab were engaged to supply a unique tub and frame storage system to suit the high demands of this teaching facility, along with the supply of chemical storage cabinets, and specific cabinetry requirements for all laboratories. The project involved multiple consultations with all laboratory managers to establish the ideal storage solutions for each laboratory and dangerous goods storage requirements.
Complimentary Lab Design
(Valued at $4,750)
Having designed and built more than 200 laboratories across Australia, we are experienced in creating inspiring and practical laboratories for clients in all industries.
The complimentary lab design includes…
- Virtual Room Assessment
- Basic Lean/Flow Analysis
- 1x Detailed Floorplan Concept
- 1x 3D Furniture Concept
- Detailed costing Proposal of Project