University of Melbourne Trinity College Gateway Building
Trevor Main & Associates
In the third quarter of 2016, Kane delivered the $24 million Design & Construct Trinity College 'Gateway Building' Main Works project.
The project involved the construction of the new 'Gateway Building', associated landscaping works and wayfinding installation.
The proposed building is located in the south east corner of the Trinity College campus. It fronts Tin Alley to the south and the main pedestrian path around the oval to the east.
The northern face addresses Bulpadock, the Jeopardy Building and the Burge Building. The building is built to the southern boundary. An angled 'cloister' connects Tin Alley with Bulpadock.
This facility provides an education and arts facility primarily for the Pathways School, for music and the arts, and is available for use by all parts of the College.
The facility supports Trinity College's drive to provide compelling offerings and experiences, which inspire and nurture the leaders of tomorrow.
The Pathways School has achieved a high profile in academic excellence and quality of experience for students over the past 23 years.
The program has a range of quality teaching and administration spaces and is represented on the Parkville campus in a series of buildings opposite the College in Royal Parade, in four leased premises on the south-eastern perimeter of the University of Melbourne's Parkville campus and residential accommodation at Chetwynd Street, North Melbourne.