Brisbane Grammar School STEAM Precinct

About the Project

The Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics (STEAM) Precinct will become a transformative hub for Brisbane Grammar School. It will showcase a new six-storey building covering an area of approximately 16,400m2.

The STEAM Precinct will be a hub for ideas, innovation, and educational and social growth. It will be a place that will excite, engage and inspire both BGS students and their teachers, and promote deep and rich learning.

The development will feature:

  • a 300-seat auditorium space for exhibiting science and the arts;
  • flexible learning spaces accommodating between 30 to 150 students at a time;
  • design hubs for students to collaborate creatively;
  • chemistry laboratories;
  • a specialised dissection laboratory;
  • a new home for the school’s physical education classrooms;
  • adaptable physics, chemistry, mathematics, technology, design science and art classrooms.

The STEAM Precinct project has imagined a more interconnected school and will be at the forefront of modern school facilities. It will transform the rear of the campus into a dynamic new learning place connected to the main upper platform of the School.

Location: Spring Hill, QLD
Client: Brisbane Grammar School
Architect: Wilson Architects
Services: Fire Engineering & Fire Protection Services

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Information Source: Brisbane Grammar School

Atrium Fire Engineering STEAM Precinct
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STEAM Precinct Exterior
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OUR CREATIVE ETHOS PUSHES DESIGN THAT INSPIRES STUDENTS AND STAFF TO PERPETUALLY ENGAGE, LEARN AND GROW.

Pavlo Nikolaienko 
Project Fire Consultant

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Secondary School Fire Engineering
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