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Curtin University Midland Campus

Project overview

The Curtin University Midland Campus forms a key component of the Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority’s Midland master plan, which aims to reposition the historic Workshops precinct as a medical and education hub and help recreate the employment, economic and community spirit of the area’s historic past. The State Government has committed $22 million in funding and reserved land to support the establishment of the facility.

The three-storey facility totalling approximately 3000 square metres will feature state-of-the-art learning and teaching spaces including immersive simulation based environments for Health Science disciplines. Key users of the facility will include the Curtin Medicine, Nursing and Allied Health programs.

Construction of Curtin University’s Midland Campus is expected to start Quarter 4 2017, with the campus operational mid 2019.

Artistic impression of main Midland Campus building. The words Curtin University and Midland Campus prominantly displayed on building facade

Project features

  • Curtin University Midland Campus showcases ‘distinctly Curtin’ architecture, designed to complement its heritage context
  • Diverse mix of indoor and outdoor collaborative, technology rich learning and teaching spaces designed to support interdisciplinary health practices
  • Strong indigenous culture influence reflected in building design, artwork, landscaping and signage
  • The project is targeting a 5 Star As Built rating from the Green Building Council of Australia
  • The project is Curtin’s first Building Information Modelling (BIM) project, which offers benefits in terms of facility management and maintenance and long-term asset management
interior fit out of main hall, high vaulted ceilings, white walls with displayed paintings, couches and tables in middle strip of room, wooden floorboards

Project benefits

The Curtin University Midland Campus will support the facilitation of relationships with adjacent health services and community agencies. In addition to being a valuable community asset, the facility represents exemplary standards in learning and teaching and supports our vision to be an international leader in education and research.

interior fit out of main hall, high vaulted ceilings, white walls with displayed paintings, couches and tables in middle strip of room, wooden floorboards