Introducing the new Blackburn High School STEM Centre

Building Engineering is thrilled to introduce the new Blackburn High School STEM Centre.

Opened to students in December 2022, the new Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) centre transforms and enhances the educational capabilities of students at Blackburn High School.

Informed by the desire to make STEM core to the curriculum, the building has been designed from the inside out to best optimise each space for flexible learning.

Set within beautifully landscaped grounds, the project scope consisted of delivering a new 2200m2 STEM Centre, demolition, and removal of the oldest teaching building in the school, and landscaping of the immediate surroundings of the new STEM building.

Building Engineering is delighted to continue its partnership with the Victorian School Building Authority (VSBA) to deliver this exciting new facility.

Thank you to our key consultants including RP Infrastructure, and Tectura Architects. We thoroughly enjoyed working with you.

“Thank you again for all your hard work and dedication in building our new STEM Centre. We absolutely love it.”
Allison Jenner
Assistant Principal

“The STEM Centre surpasses our expectations, not only in the quality of the finish but for its innovation and sense of space and light.”
Joanna Alexander
Principal, Blackburn High School

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