Our Lady of Mercy College - Stage 5 & 6

2020-04-07 13.23.12

Stages 5 & 6 of the current Master Plan of Our Lady of Mercy College, Heidelberg (OLMC). The project involves the construction of the new Design Arts & Technology Building, Student Café and Senior Classroom Block with interconnections and modifications to adjoining facilities.

The project involves the demolition of the existing Villa (Arts) Building, the construction of a new three storey DAT facility plus basement and the construction of a new two storey Café/Classroom facility with interconnecting covered walkways to the new DAT facility and the existing Yarra Building. The facilities will include new design, art, technology classrooms for Year 7-12 students including hospitality facilities, general classrooms, student café, offices and associated amenities.

 

CLIENT

Mercy Education

LOCATION

52 Cape Street
Heidelberg VIC 3084

ARCHITECT

ClarkeHopkinsClarke Architects

COMPLETION

TBC

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