This project consisted of two new buildings, and the refurbishment of the existing Heritage listed School of Arts building in Ingleburn. Steel framed structures were employed to span large distances, and slender columns to support the double-raked roof. Other structural challenges included eccentric and curved walls, and cantilevering curved steel stairs. At the time the existing School of Arts building was reputedly the oldest slip form concrete building in New South Wales. It was structurally modified and integrated into the new design.

This project won a Master Building Award NSW for public buildings under $10 million in 2008.

Project Metrics

Project Value:
AUD$8 million
Year Completed:
Environmental Performance:
5 Star Greenstar
Public Building

Project Metrics

RBG Client:
Campbelltown Council
Brewster Hjorth Architects
Robert Bird Group Services:
Structural Engineering
Civil Engineering

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