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The University of Auckland's Grafton Campus is dedicated to the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences (FMHS), a biomedical research and teaching facility combining a complex interweave of users and programmatic requirements. The Boyle Building has brought clarity and logic to both the scientific and educational requirements of the faculty.

The Boyle Building incorporates many innovations in laboratory and teaching facilities.   

Teaching and public facilities are located on lower levels of the campus and research laboratories are on the upper floors of the refurbished buildings.  Cross-pollination between research streams is facilitated by an improved physical connection and shared breakout spaces.

State of the art laboratories and a wide variety of lecturing, teaching and seminar spaces ensure the campus a durable and rewarding existence. Typically, the Grafton Campus contains laboratories to Physical Containment PC1, PC2 and PC3 and ISO Class 5, 6, 7 and 8 cleanrooms. Each space allows for different processes with different risks, often requiring unique and innovative solutions.  The functions at the campus necessitate highly serviced systems.  The infrastructure is robust and reliable and the buildings could be adapted with minimal, if any, need to increase baseload plant or mains services. The MEP services have the capacity and flexibility to suit most changing research streams. 

Project Details: 

  • Client: University of Auckland
  • Status: Completed 2012
  • Sector: Education, Health
  • Discipline: Architecture, Interior Design, Urban Design
  • Design Collaborators: Jackson Architecture
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University of Auckland Boyle Building

The University of Auckland's Grafton Campus is dedicated to the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences (FMHS), a biomedical research and teaching facility combining a complex interweave of users and programmatic requirements. The Boyle Building has brought clarity and logic to both the scientific and educational requirements of the faculty.

The Boyle Building incorporates many innovations in laboratory and teaching facilities.   

Teaching and public facilities are located on lower levels of the campus and research laboratories are on the upper floors of the refurbished buildings.  Cross-pollination between research streams is facilitated by an improved physical connection and shared breakout spaces.

State of the art laboratories and a wide variety of lecturing, teaching and seminar spaces ensure the campus a durable and rewarding existence. Typically, the Grafton Campus contains laboratories to Physical Containment PC1, PC2 and PC3 and ISO Class 5, 6, 7 and 8 cleanrooms. Each space allows for different processes with different risks, often requiring unique and innovative solutions.  The functions at the campus necessitate highly serviced systems.  The infrastructure is robust and reliable and the buildings could be adapted with minimal, if any, need to increase baseload plant or mains services. The MEP services have the capacity and flexibility to suit most changing research streams. 

Project Details: 

  • Client: University of Auckland
  • Status: Completed 2012
  • Sector: Education, Health
  • Discipline: Architecture, Interior Design, Urban Design
  • Design Collaborators: Jackson Architecture
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University of Auckland Boyle Building

The University of Auckland's Grafton Campus is dedicated to the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences (FMHS), a biomedical research and teaching facility combining a complex interweave of users and programmatic requirements. The Boyle Building has brought clarity and logic to both the scientific and educational requirements of the faculty.

The Boyle Building incorporates many innovations in laboratory and teaching facilities.   

Teaching and public facilities are located on lower levels of the campus and research laboratories are on the upper floors of the refurbished buildings.  Cross-pollination between research streams is facilitated by an improved physical connection and shared breakout spaces.

State of the art laboratories and a wide variety of lecturing, teaching and seminar spaces ensure the campus a durable and rewarding existence. Typically, the Grafton Campus contains laboratories to Physical Containment PC1, PC2 and PC3 and ISO Class 5, 6, 7 and 8 cleanrooms. Each space allows for different processes with different risks, often requiring unique and innovative solutions.  The functions at the campus necessitate highly serviced systems.  The infrastructure is robust and reliable and the buildings could be adapted with minimal, if any, need to increase baseload plant or mains services. The MEP services have the capacity and flexibility to suit most changing research streams. 

Project Details: 

  • Client: University of Auckland
  • Status: Completed 2012
  • Sector: Education, Health
  • Discipline: Architecture, Interior Design, Urban Design
  • Design Collaborators: Jackson Architecture
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