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Omnii has significant experience in the Education Sector

Omnii has completed many educational projects and we pride ourselves on our understanding of the day to day operational requirements of these types of facilities.

From the outset, we apply our specialist combined Fire Protection Services design and Fire Engineering skills to generate effective solutions, sympathetic with operational, budgetary and schooling requirements – all cognisant of schooling terms and site access requirements.

Key considerations from a Fire Consulting viewpoint include:

  • Adapting Fire Regulation requirements to meet openness of the new educational paradigm
  • Interfacing between Fire Protection Services and other building services, with sustainable requirements achieved
  • Minimising operational fire risks i.e. science labs and specialist areas
  • Awareness of clientele – their age and ability to respond to a fire incident, via appropriate warning stimuli

G40 / G41 Griffith Health Centre

G40 / G41 Griffith Health Centre

Location Gold Coast, Qld
Client Griffith University
Architect COX & Hames Sharley
Services Fire Engineering & Fire Protection (Including 3D Revit designs, shop drawings & cutting sheets for the fire trade contractor)

The Griffith University Health Centre G40 development provided 30,000m2 of state-of-the-art medical and dentistry training facilities. The Centre included a 600-seat auditorium, a 250-seat lecture theatre, retail outlets and also hosts a number of the university’s clinics.

Menzies Building

Menzies Building

Location Clayton, Vic
Client Monash University
Architect DesignInc
Services Fire Protection

Built in 1963, the iconic Menzies Building at the Clayton campus of Monash University underwent a $75 million redevelopment project. The upgrades included refurbishment of the existing spaces and development of state-of-the-art new teaching spaces and offices.

Andrew N. Liveris Building

Andrew N. Liveris Building

Location St Lucia, Qld
Client University of Queensland
Architect Lyons and M3
Services Fire Engineering

The architecturally designed 11-storey Andrew N.Liveris building at the University of Queensland’s St Lucia campus will house a new chemical engineering hub. Originally named the Sustainable Futures building, the facility will incorporate open connecting stairways and shared collaborative spaces.