The Monash University Caulfield Library project was launched to create an engaging, compelling and stimulating library for all students and academics. Monash University chose to redevelop the Sir Louis Matheson and Caulfield Libraries to cater for the changing needs of today’s students.
For many staff and students the Library is the heart of the University. During semester over 16,000 people a day use these two libraries to engage in scholarly pursuits. The refurbishments will make them much more welcoming and effective.
This project provided the opportunity to create a contemporary, engaging, inspiring and functionally effective library that reflects the status of the Matheson Library as one of Australia’s foremost humanities libraries.
The project will:
- enhance the precinct and advance the Clayton Campus Masterplan objectives;
- create a welcoming and inspiring entrance;
- improve navigation throughout the building;
- create state-of-the art teaching spaces;
- provide a range of individual and collaborative study areas, with an overall increase of seating of 25%, to 1,500;
Given the location and large scale of works, all suppliers worked hard to minimise disruption and keep everyone well informed. Noise, dust and construction traffic were being carefully monitored and managed.
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