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Anderson Stuart building Sydney University | HVAC

Project description.

The Anderson Stuart Building (formerly known as the “Old Medical School”) is a superb example of neo-gothic architecture located next to the main quadrangle.

The building carved out of beautiful golden Sydney sandstone – exhibits many gargoyles, superb stained-glass windows and carvings. It was designed by James Barnet, with additions by Walter Liberty Vernon and then Leslie Wilkinson. It is on the Heritage list and has recently undergone substantial renovations.

Kerfoot were engaged to complete the Mechanical electrical scope of works on multiple sites throughout the building including the Vesalian theatre, Dry Labs and Opthomology labs.

The works included:

  • A new Chilled and hot water plant which required a new Mechanical services switchboard with BMS interface.
  • Throughout the building many fans were installed all with electrical control including BMS interface – Exhaust air fans, Return air fans, outside air fans, EC fan coil units, Air handling units and Package Units (HVAC).

Project accolade.

The Kerfoot Mechanical Electrical team worked closely with both our client and the builder to deliver another exceptional defect free project.

We look forward to completing more projects with them in the near future.