Melbourne Centre for Nanofabrication
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Melbourne Centre for Nanofabrication
Australia
LOCATION
$22.0M
PROJECT COST
December 2010
COMPLETED

The Melbourne Centre for Nanofabrication (MCN) is the main facility of the Victorian Node of the Australian National Fabrication facility. The project links seven university based nodes to provide researchers and industry access to state of the art fabrication facilities. MCN is based at Monash University Science Research Park in Clayton. The building covers 3,800m2 and is made up of three main functional pavilions. The research pavilion is one level plus a dedicated mezzanine plant room with trafficable ceiling. The pavilion contains Class 10,000 clean rooms, Class 100 clean rooms, PC2 laboratory, general labs and associated offices and amenities. Following completion of the initial project, Cockram was awarded the Class 100 clean room fitout and we worked closely with the client to ensure minimal disruption to the operation of the newly completed facility.
The Class 100 area is of the highest standard of clean room construction.

Awards – 2011 MBAV AWARD WINNER
EXCELLENCE IN CONSTRUCTION OF INDUSTRIAL BUILDINGS