Becton Dickinson building public realm
This project forms part of the body of work to de-traffic the campus and prevent the campus roads from being used by 'through' traffic. It involves the upgrade of the roads and public realm around the BD building at 4 Research Park Drive.
The work includes the re-aligning of Innovation Road from University Creek to the rear of the BD building, via the existing carpark roadway to Research Park Drive. Research Park Drive will be transformed to a pedestrian friendly route with new decorative paving and enhanced landscaping.
Wally’s Walk will be extended across Research Park Drive to 75 Talavera Road Building and University Creek, with quality finishes and landscaping incorporating wheelchair accessible ramps along with stairs, decorative seating and lighting.
The BD building carpark entry/exit will be relocated to the eastern side of the building to create a safer and more direct vehicle access.
The tender documentation has been completed and tenders for construction will be called in the first half of 2017. Construction is expected to start by the end of 2017.
- The re-alignment and configuration of the roads will help reduce the volume of traffic through the campus.
- The work will create a safer and more direct access to the BD building and to the East 2 and East 3 (F3A/F5A) carparks.
- The work will provide a DDA compliant wheelchair accessible pathway and a safer, more pedestrian friendly environment for the University community.
- New accessible pathways
- New decorative road and footpath surface treatments
- Retention of all significant trees
- Enhanced landscaping with decorative seating and lighting
- New security infrastructure (CCTV and Help points)
- Improved and safer entry to BD building car park.
Senior Project Manager - Infrastructure