Project Details

Knox relocated its senior student learning facilities into one building to improve the learning and teaching environment. The project was approved in the Land & Environment Court and commenced construction in August 2013. Prior to its commencement, a major Council owned stormwater pipe was diverted around the proposed site requiring registration within a relocated easement. The project was completed in July 2015. The building includes an iconic tower, cafeteria/commercial kitchen, general learning areas for English and Science, science laboratories, a 148-seat lecture theatre, and multi-purpose hall. Peripheral to the building are hard and soft landscaped areas trafficable by both pedestrians and vehicles. EPM Projects provided end-to-end project management commencing with managing a feasibility study, assembling the project team, managing the processes to obtain design and the statutory development and building approvals through the Land & Environment Court, tendering, and contract administration of the construction contract.

Project Stats

  • Project Cost: $35.0 Million

  • Completed 2015

Client Reference

“This remarkable achievement is a testament to the close working relationship that developed between Knox and EPM… Their knowledge of the property and construction industry coupled with their focus on our interests is valued by Knox”

John Weeks
Former Headmaster