Capital Insight completes handover of new Molecular Horizons project at the University of Wollongong
Capital Insight has recently commissioned the new ($80m) Molecular Horizons project for the University of Wollongong.
Capital Insight has recently completed its role for the new ($80m) Molecular Horizons project for the University of Wollongong, with the completion and commissioning of the building, and the relocation of staff.
The five-storey, state of the art research facility, will be used as a centre for molecular and life sciences research, housing two of the world’s most advanced cryo-transmission electron microscopes, including the Titan Krios – one of only two in Australia and one of only a handful in the world. Planned, designed and built to some of the strictest specifications and tolerances in Australia, the facility will enable some of the world’s best molecular research to be put into practice to improve and save lives – illuminating how life works at a molecular level and solving some of the biggest health challenges facing the world.
Capital Insight has been preparing the business case and managing the design and construction of the building for almost four years now, and are proud to obtain positive feedback from the client, happy with the completed result.
For more information: UoW’s Molecular Horizons video