For a more Productive and Sustainable Future of New Zealand
Warren and Mahoney
nEW Lincoln University Science centre
After a 10-year journey of the University seeking formal Governmental approval following the 2010/11 Canterbury earthquakes, Lincoln University has now begun the construction of the new science facility on campus.
The new building are installed with our RSFJs, in which forty-eight of these were for hold-downs for concrete rocking walls, and fifty-four units were used in steel braces used in pairs.
The new science building will facilitate the University to provide world-leading education and research programmes for future students.
The construction of the new building is scheduled to begin in late March 2022 and is expected to be completed in mid-2023.