Refurbishment works are now complete at the Bond University Business School, Gold Coast, Queensland.
ADCO was tasked with updating the school’s level two facilities, named the business commons. The company also worked with Brent Hardcastle, associate at Wilson Architects.
It now features a modern space that can accommodate 120 students across self-study areas, collaborative spaces and informal teaching areas.
The Business Commons refurbishment aims to improve accessible student spaces across the entire quadrangle.
The grand opening was attended by Bond Vice Chancellor Professor Tim Brailsford, Executive Dean of Bond Business School Professor Terry O’Neil, and ADCO Chairman Judy Brinsmead.
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“We are very excited to see this new, beautifully designed space open,” said Bond University Business Students’ Association President Angus Jenkins.
“It is often said that one of the keys to success in all academic endeavours is ensuring that the space you work in reflects your mindset.
“I have no doubt that this clean-cut, unrestrictive space will allow students to be stimulated, promote creative thinking and exemplify hard work.”
ADCO has completed more than 20 other projects on the campus since 2004.