Moorebank New South Wales Australia
The School of Military Engineering (SME) provides instruction into the Australian Army’s Engineers in all respects of military engineering including flexibility and countertop transportation tasks, basic engineering, and geomatic manufacturing. SME hosts the Royal Australian Engineers Corps.
The Moorebank Units Relocation (MUR) task relocates the college as well as other Garrison support functions from Steele Barracks to close by Holsworthy Barracks make it possible for the institution of a shared Federal-State Intermodal Node Terminal (Logistics Centre) regarding the present Moorebank website.
BVN prepared a master arrange for the comprehensive redevelopment of Holsworthy Barracks, including a unique campus for SME. Other precincts feature an exercise Precinct for an Army Reserve Brigade, a Front Entry Precinct including Base Support and community functions, and a Recreation Precinct that features a brand new health and fitness Complex and a big Combined Messing building for your Barracks.
The task scope include a significant Museum – the Australian Army Museum of Military Engineering, and a Chapel complex this is the spiritual home for the Engineer Corps.
The project includes the distribution of over 70 structures across an easy selection of types, including a new gym and share, mess buildings, workplace accommodation, training and universities, a chapel, army museum, located in accommodation (domestic products), logistics stores, car and trade workshops, vehicle compounds, outside training areas and a sizable lecture theatre.
BVN worked collaboratively with Laing O’Rourke to develop a rigorous and consistent architectural language, comprising glazed curtain walling, precast tangible panels, and a collection of prefabricated elements such as bathroom pods, to meet up with the exceedingly tight building timeframe. The project reinvigorates the Barracks and establishes an innovative new, contemporary architectural character.