This project included the supply and installation of a new mechanical system to the school’s boarding house, consisting of VRV ceiling cassette units with branch selector boxes and a new HVAC unit with fabric duct work suspended in the dining hall.

Murwil worked tirelessly to ensure that the new works were seamlessly integrated into the existing building originally constructed in the late eighteen hundreds.

Our works also included the construction of a structural steel plant deck and acoustic screens that was assembled at ground level, before being craned into position.

Working with the project consultant team to introduce a cranked beams, we were successfully able to eliminate the need for roof penetrations for the new structure.  

This alternative methodology proposed by Murwil significantly reduced the program, ensuing the works were completed before students commenced the new school year.