Projects

Successfully delivered 11 weeks before the scheduled completion date, Building M at Deakin University’s Burwood campus boasts a stunning atrium, which was constructed between the existing M and N buildings.

Project Stats:

  • Location: 221 Burwood Hwy, Burwood
  • Builder: ADCO
  • Client: Deakin University
  • Status: Completed

Requirements:

  • Innovative lighting design
  • Power to building
  • Modifications to existing switchboards
  • Installation and modification to existing distribution boards
  • Automatic lighting  control systems
  • Integrated voice and data communications
  • Exterior lighting including pole footings, auto controls & sub circuit cabling
  • Sub circuit wiring to mechanical, hydraulic, kitchen, landscape & architectural equipment
  • Modifications to existing electrical services
  • Modification to Exit & Emergency lighting to concur with current regulatory standards & to achieve compliance
  • All light fittings, accessories and cabling
  • General and special purpose power outlets and accessories
  • Underground conduits, cables, pits, cable markers, trenching, backfill
 

Deakin University

Successfully delivered 11 weeks before the scheduled completion date, Building M at Deakin University’s Burwood campus boasts a stunning atrium, which was constructed between the existing M and N buildings. New learning facilities inside the atrium include two science labs, teaching, biology, chemistry and physiology labs as well as many store rooms and amenities. Vast Electrical were contracted to work on ADCO’s $19 million dollar project in 2016 to provide electrical works to an exceptionally high standard.

Unique To This Project:

Working with the buildings futuristic design and modern features, this project allowed Vast the opportunity to link in with the architects to get creative with the lighting styles and products. Vast were able to use artificial lighting to compliment the natural light, keeping all areas of the building well-lit, which in turn helps in boosting student activity and promote positive wellbeing whilst indoors.