Smart Building Technology

Smart building technology and upgraded building management systems have improved the energy efficiency of our campus infrastructure.

This technology uses a variety of sensors to automate air flow, temperature and air pressure to keep buildings comfortable; and reduces emissions by improving the efficiency of mechanical systems such as boilers and chillers. 

Overview

  • Buildings: Badger Laboratory, Davies Building, Ingkarni Wardli/Engineering North and Schulz Building
  • Cost: $2,616,275
  • Lifetime savings: $4 million
  • Lifetime energy savings: 58,099 GJ
  • Lifetime GHG emission reduction: 7,908 tonnes CO2-e
  • Average payback period: 10.4 years

To learn more about the project, contact Libby Hogarth, Sustainable Development Planner.

This project was Highly Commended in the Green Gown Awards Australasia 2017.