ANU – Kambri Precinct

  • The Australian National University - Kambri Precinct

The Australian National University – Kambri Precinct

Compass Project Management assisted the external development manager (Colony Six) in the delivery the project on behalf of the ANU. Compass’ expertise on Contract Administration and Program Management assisted Colony Six in the assessment of cost and time claims, variation assessment, PCG Reporting and general day to day liaison with the ANU Major Projects Team, ANU user groups and the coordination of works with Facilities and Services and the Contractor.

The redevelopment of the Kambri Precinct (Union Court) contains a large public realm that interconnects between 6 new buildings and an underground carpark culminating in a diverse mix of uses, functional public spaces and high quality indoor and outdoor event spaces.

Culture and Events Building – a multi-purpose teaching and events facility, large multi-purpose space 500 seats, smaller multi-purpose space (200 seats), cinema (300 seats), drama theatre (150 seats) and lobby bar.

Fenner Hall Student Accommodation Buildings – 2 new 9 and 8 storey buildings constructed of CLT (cross laminated timber), total of 450 beds.

Student Services Hub – Range of student services, 12 administrative venues across campus into a single student focussed environment. The building will house the two major students associations ANUSA and PARSA.

Health and Wellbeing building – multi -storey medical centre run by National Health Co-Op offering health services for the ANU community and beyond. Adjacent pool and gym building – 25m lap pool, heated program pool and 24 hour gym, additional facilities include sauna, spa and exercise rooms.

The Collaborative Learning Environment (CLE) building – Environments to support collaborative learning (30,60,120 students).

Project Details

  • ClientThe Australian National University
  • ProjectUnion Court Redevelopment
  • Value$272M D&C Cost
  • RoleUnion Court Redevelopment
  • Tenancies25