Delivered and now managed under a public-private partnership between the Victorian Government and the Plenary Health consortium, the purpose-built facility brings together an alliance of leading medical research, academic and clinical institutions to maximise collaboration and improve cancer treatment outcomes.

With a floor area of 130,000 square metres over 13 levels, some 1,200 researchers, 160 inpatient beds, 110 same-day beds, 8 operating theatres and 8 radiotherapy bunkers, the VCCC has achieved its aim of becoming one of the top centres of its kind in the world.

The aspirational design, the diverse spaces required for research and learning, the highly technical clinical areas, and the critical nature of the work carried out required a diverse and extensively robust building services solution.

Celmec’s engineered VAV Terminal Units, having a 0.0 Health and Ecotoxicity rating with no presence of harmful particles, chemicals, resins, or formaldehydes form part of this solution.

Celmec’s products play an integral role in the accurate control of the air supply to satisfy wide-ranging air conditioning, heating and air make-up demands, specific to hospital wards, operating rooms and the extensive laboratory facilities.

Celmec’s products play an integral role in the accurate control of the air supply to satisfy wide-ranging air conditioning, heating and air make-up demands, specific to hospital wards, operating rooms and the extensive laboratory facilities.

Products Used
Air Volume & Smoke Dampers
Fire Dampers
Variable Air Volume Terminal Unit
Industry/Sector
Industrial
Client/Brand/Company
LCI
D&E Air Conditioning
Plenary Group
Vic Health
Location
Melbourne, Australia
Architect
DesignInc
McBride Charles Ryan
Silver Thomas Hanley
Project classification