The Don Nicklin Building is a building on the St. Lucia campus of the University of Queensland in Brisbane, Australia. It is named after Donald Nicklin, a former Premier of Queensland and a graduate of the University of Queensland.
The Don Nicklin Building was completed in 1974 and was designed by the architectural firm John Andrews International. The building is a Brutalist structure, characterized by its exposed concrete and geometric forms.
The Don Nicklin Building is home to the School of Chemical Engineering at the University of Queensland. The building contains a variety of teaching and research facilities, including laboratories, lecture theaters, and offices.
Project Location: Queensland, Brisbane, Australia
Scope of Work: Scan to BIM
Level of Development (LOD): LOD 350
Approx. Project Area: 53,819 sq. M.
Software Used: Revit
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