"Delivering a New Library Building at James Cook University"
Published In: Facilities Manager
Date: May/June 2000
Provides a case study of the construction of a new 6,600 square metres (70,600 square feet) library at James Cook University in Cairns, North Queensland, Australia. Discusses the building's importance as the largest campus structure and in providing a welcoming environment that is explicit about its function and purpose. Covers technological challenges, architectural design, building structure, project design, bids, and contract.
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