An excellent example of technological advances and interactive application to education and facilities provided by Victoria University.
Victoria University’s School of Sport and Exercise Science is a leading provider of education and research programs in sport and exercise science and recreation. Rutledge was engaged by Hansen Yuncken to undertake the audio visual works for the Victoria.
University (Footscray Park Campus) – Learning Commons, Exercise Science and Sports Precinct (LCESSP) Project. The project is an excellent example of technological advances and their interactive application to education and facilities provided by Victoria University.
The project consists of 43 spaces including 12 Laboratories and associated areas for Biomechanics, Exercise Physiology, Anatomy, and Motor Learning as well as 12 Collaborative classrooms/workrooms, 6 meeting rooms and other commons areas.
The highlight of the project is the laboratory spaces that provide a cutting edge research facility for Victoria University. Systems in these spaces include an integrated camera tracking system which can be triggered by infrared sensors and controlled via AMX wired and IP based interface solutions. This facility extends Victoria University’s science research capabilities in the field of exercise science, sports and recreation. Victoria University collaborative classrooms are also an integral part of the designed system, which allows student interaction with the research in real time from a remote location.
All spaces are linked to AMX resource management suite (RMS) for scheduling and system feedback monitoring for AV/IT Staff.
Rutledge has a long history in the education sector, and enjoys the work and challenges it presents. Rutledge is proud to be associated with Victoria University and the Construction
Team at Hansen Yuncken and Charnwood Communication, that made this project such a success.