• Location

    333 Ann Street, Brisbane

  • Completed

    April 2017

  • Architect

    Conrad Gargett

  • Area


  • Type


  • Delivery Type

    Construction Management

  • Duration

    4 months

  • Project Manager

    Resource Coordination Partnership

  • Value

    $3M - $5M

Delivering the first campus in Queensland

The  Federation University Australia project spanned across three full levels and included demolition of the existing tenancy, as well as fitout of the new facility. This included flexible teaching spaces, lockers, training rooms, a high tech computer lab, a library, multifunctional student breakout areas, a prayer room, and a comms room.

interior fitout federation university australia campus brisbane classroom with projector
interior fitout federation university australia campus brisbane blue wall graphic

Drawing inspiration from workplaces of the future

Designed by Conrad Gargett, the innovative learning environment draws inspiration from workplaces of the future. The bounty of open space encourages flexible learning and interaction between staff and students, while the state-of-the-art conferencing and audiovisual equipment promotes cross-campus connectivity and remote learning for international students.

With an ultramodern feel, highlights include polished concrete floors, exposed ceilings, and superior acoustic treatments to teaching rooms, as well as custom vinyl artwork to feature walls.

Integrating digital and traditional teaching methods

Along with our project partners Conrad Gargett and RCP, our team delivered a flexible yet cohesive and contemporary learning environment that accommodates both traditional and digital teaching methods. Ensuring longevity and ease of use for staff and students alike.

We deliver unique learning spaces.