Education & Healthcare

Children's Medical Research Institute (CMRI) Vibration Monitoring

The extension of the new Children's Medical Research Institute (CMRI) involved the construction of a new wing adjacent to the existing building.  With laboratories, animal housing, sensitive microscopes and offices adjacent to the construction site, there was concern that transmission of vibration into the existing facility would impact on the day to day operation of CMRI.

UTS Dr Chau Chak Wing Faculty of Business, Sydney

Australian-Chinese businessman and philanthropist Dr Chau Chak Wing is the namesake of the new Faculty of Business at UTS.  The state of the art building forms a key component in the UTS City Campus Master Plan. 

UNIVERSITY OF AUCKLAND BUSINESS SCHOOL COMPLEX, Auckland, New Zealand

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Marshall Day Acoustics was the acoustical consultant engaged by the University of Auckland for the iconic Owen G Glenn University of Auckland new Business School building.

PPP SCHOOLS (BUNDLE ONE), Ireland

Construction work on Bundle One of the Ireland PPP Schools program has now been completed.  The first bundle comprised four post-primary schools on three sites in Ferbane, Banagher and Portlaoise.

AUCKLAND CITY HOSPITAL, New Zealand

The Auckland City Hospital, at 80,000 sq m and spread over nine floors, is the largest public building in NZ providing 3500 rooms, 710 acute beds and 24 theatres. 

UNSW - NEW FACULTY OF LAW, Sydney, Australia

The UNSW Faculty of Law is recognised internationally as being one of the great law schools with an enviable reputation for excellence in teaching and research.

RAYE FREEDMAN ARTS CENTRE, Auckland, New Zealand

The Raye Freedman Arts Centre consists of an auditorium seating 300 with full stage and back stage facilities, rehearsal space, green room, changing rooms, two drama teaching rooms, two music teaching rooms and eight music practice rooms.  This is a facility shared between a large girls school and the community.

KENNETH MYERS CENTRE, University of Auckland, New Zealand

Originally built in the 1930's, 74 Shortland Street was the home to NZBS Radio, NZBC Television - AKTV2 and South Pacific Television until 1996. This building, from which the first television broadcast in New Zealand was made, is now the location of the University of Auckland's Creative Arts section of the School of Music.

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