The college, established in 2010, saw the upgrading of the campus to provide the college with modern facilities to support the local school community.
The development of a revitalised middle school catering for the key elements of learning areas with a focus on the transition of students from year 7 to 8, growth in year 8 students to develop autonomy and self-direction, provision of outdoor learning areas, student wellbeing and administration areas.
Funded from the 2016-17 State Budget the second stage of the Tarneit Senior College has been created to expand the capacity of the school to meet its growing enrolments.
The works comprised of the demolition of the existing Annandale Pavilion and the construction of a new two-storey plus basement pavilion.
An upgrade and modernisation of Glen Eira College included the refurbishing the Administration, Science, Art & Technology and Food Technology facilities.
Works comprised of the partial demolition of the school, and construction of the new 1400m² single-level middle and senior learning building, together with large open decks to the perimeter of the building and interface, with surrounding landscaping and existing buildings.
Construction of a single storey Learning and Administration building to accommodate 14 new learning areas including new staff and school administration and amenities.
Construction of the new building comprised of concrete and steel frameworks clad with glazed aluminium screens and feature cladding.
The Morwell Central Primary School redevelopment comprised a 3100m² single storey school administration & learning building, along with the refurbishment and extension of the existing sports hall.
The project involved the construction of a new Dining Hall to service the new Learning in Residence facility at Wesley College.
Construction of a new Secondary College in Doreen South, the project involved the construction of three buildings, basketball courts, and landscaping.
Construction of the Hazel Glen Scout Hall was an addition to an expanding educational precinct servicing the communities of Doreen and Mernda and complements the precinct’s master plan for education from kindergarten through to secondary college.
The refurbishment and extension of the existing Naylon Arts Wing provided cutting-edge facilities, as well as modernising the west end of the campus.
Works included the redevelopment of the library and Morres Resource Centre to provide a new Learning Hub.
The construction of a new two-storey Performing Arts Centre included the refurbishment of the music and drama rooms, external walkways, and the interface between new and existing buildings.
The project was a collaboration between The University of Melbourne, University High School, Bio21 and the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development, and is designed for 200 VCE students.
Redevelopment of the Burbank Primary school comprised of complete demolition to accommodate construction of the Department of Education Early Childhood Development’s Northern School for Autism.
The construction of a new Senior Year General Learning block and the refurbishment of the existing Year 7 Learning Centre.
Redevelopment of the Grange Hill Building and Early Learning Centre involved the construction of a new Early Learning Centre, together with an upgrade of learning areas, a new internal courtyard, provision of a refurbished library and the creation of a new entrance.