Women’s College Sibyl Centre | University of Sydney
The new Women’s College Sibyl Centre located on the grounds of The University of Sydney balances heritage-listed architecture with state-of-art student facilities. The works include a new multi-purpose building that incorporates social activities, lectures, performances, conferences, and general leisure.
The staged project was progressively handed over to the College to ease disruption to the students and faculty. An early works design package included major service upgrades with complex integrations as neighboring buildings remained operational throughout the construction phase.
Working closely with M3 Architecture to unite the services with their geometric-inspired design, the entire consulting team achieved the project objectives. Integral Group’s role in the project included mechanical, electrical, ICT, fire protection, vertical transport, hydraulic services, and expertise in specialist lighting and sustainability.
The innovative and collaborative work from the consulting team has resulted in the new Women’s College Sibyl Centre which knits seamlessly into the historic Langley Precinct. The new building celebrates the strong history of The Women’s College and establishes the space for growth well into the future.