AJC has a long-term relationship with Western Sydney University to provide advisory services for several of the University’s early-stage project proposals.
This work covers a range of early functional briefing, mood boards, sketch master planning, architectural concepts, and visualisations for various business cases and funding applications. Major projects include:
Agri Tech Hub: The $50 million Agri Tech Hub, spanning six hectares at the University’s Hawkesbury Campus, will feature a high-tech greenhouse array, research clusters in food technology and land management, and spaces for industry collaboration. Positioned near the NSW Government’s Centre of Excellence in Agricultural Education, the Hub aims to boost job creation, foster sustainable peri-urban farming practices, and enhance food security for Western Sydney and Greater NSW by reducing dependency on foreign supply chains.
Fairfield Connect Micro-campus: This internal fit-out of an existing commercial building in Fairfield will offer advanced tech resources and feature programs such as the Launch Pad business incubator and a future industries discovery centre, aiming to make higher education more accessible and community-centric for the people of western Sydney.
Nepean Nursing and Midwifery Clinical Research and Education Facility: Positioned within Nepean Hospital, this facility will focus on research and teaching in areas like ageing and mental health while promoting innovation in nursing.
Sports Tech Hub: A collaboration between WSU, the University of Canberra and the NSW Institute of Sport, the $340 million Sports Tech Hub building proposed for Sydney Olympic Park will provide a building dedicated to advancing sports-focused research and teaching and promoting elite sporting performance.
Tech Jobs Accelerator: A new building proposed for the WSU Werrington campus, the Tech Jobs Accelerator is designed to boost job creation in Western Sydney through intensive technology skills and business innovation programs, run in collaboration with various institutions and corporates. Positioned directly adjacent to the new TAFE NSW Institute for Advanced Construction, the Accelerator aims to bridge the gap between education and industry, fostering technology-focused job creation.
|Western Sydney University
|Architecture, Urban Design
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