UNSW Science & Engineering Building

Continuing the relationship with the University of New South Wales (UNSW), Cubic was engaged to complete the fitout of the UNSW Science and Engineering Building (SEB).

The Science and Engineering Building forms part of the UNSW’s 2025 Strategy to provide a world-class research environment, and is the Stage 2 extension of the Materials Science and Engineering Building, also known as the Hilmer Building. The project involved 10 levels totalling approximately 24,000 square metres of teaching and research facilities, accommodating the need of the School of Chemical Engineering and the School of Chemistry.

Cubic’s Scope of Work included the partition and ceilings package, glazed partitions and doors, composite wall cladding, access flooring and toilet partitions.

Images supplied by Multiplex.


Year Complete: 2019

Levels: 10

Area: 24,000m2

Work: Base Build & Fitout

Client: The University of NSW

Builder: Multiplex

Architect: Grimshaw Architects & Rice Daubney


Region: Sydney, NSW

Sector: Education

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