Clayton Campus Developments
MRS Residential Village Bathroom/Kitchen upgrades
Over the next few years the 5 Halls of Residences - Richardson, Roberts, Farrer, Deakin and Howitt Halls will have significant upgrades of the kitchen and bathroom areas.
These upgrades will modernise those spaces providing a better experience for residents. The program of works is scheduled to minimise impacts on residents, such as over the summer break or closing a hall temporarily.
The schedule is as follows:
Richardson/Roberts bathrooms - completed 2021
Richardson/Roberts kitchens - under construction
Howitt bathrooms and kitchens - summer 2022
Deakin and Farrer bathroom/kitchens - summer 2023
C2 carpark landscaping project
Formerly known as the C2 car park, the area in between the Chancellery and Logan Hall will be redeveloped into a native flowering meadow landscape.
The landscape will contribute to campus presentation and experience, increase and diversify existing Nationally significant native flora and provide learnings and potential research opportunities for the ongoing management of native grassland species.
Landscape elements will include better access to the centre of campus, more lighting for safety at night, 14,000 plants, seating reflection areas & pedestrian safety around the Logan Hall delivery bay.
Construction will commence on 28 June 2021 and be completed in late October 2021.
Victorian Heart Hospital
Australia's first dedicated heart hospital will be located in the eastern precinct of our Clayton campus, adjacent to the Australian Synchrotron.
The Victorian State Government, in partnership with Monash University and Monash Health, has committed $478 million to fully fund the construction of the Victorian Heart Hospital. A total of $543 million has now been committed to the project, including a capital and in-kind contribution of $65 million from Monash University.
The new heart hospital will have allocated spaces for Monash University students to learn, research and gain experience studying alongside industry experts. This includes training facilities for cardiac medicine, nursing and related healthcare professions.
The proposed hospital will accommodate approximately 195 beds, an emergency department, cardiac catheterization labs, specialist surgical and imaging facilities and tele-medicine services for Victorian, interstate and even international patients. The hospital will have capacity to provide 2,000 cardiac surgeries per year and 108,000 consultations and outpatient appointments.
Designed by Conrad Gargett and John Wardle Architects, in joint venture, the design takes inspiration from the tree-lined campus site, with an emphasis on opening the building to the surrounding landscape.
Early construction works will begin this year, with completion of the hospital expected in 2022.
For more information, or if you have any queries on these developments, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org