Site Tour: Frank Fenner Building
Meet on campus for a Site Tour of the Frank Fenner building at the Australian National University, Canberra. Named in honour of Professor Frank Fenner, one of the University’s most esteemed scientists, the building achieved four Green Star Innovation points by pushing the boundaries of sustainable office and education design.
Housing the Fenner School of Environment, this small scale building is integrated with the university’s central blackwater treatment plant, which captures and recycles 100% of the buildings waste and stormwater. The building is also connected to a network of paths and provides no car parking, which saves an estimated 4800km worth of car travel per annum, equivalent to 1.2 tons of carbon.
This 6 Star Green Star Office—Design v3 has truly cemented the ACT's green credentials.
Book now, there is only one tour available.
- Future Green Leader /
- Member /
- Non-Member /
WhenWed 16 Jul 2014 4:00pm - 5:00pm
4:00pm - 5:00pm (3:45pm registration)
CPD Points1 Sustainable Development CPD point(s).
LocationFrank Fenner Building
Cnr Linnaeus Way and Daley Road
Australian National University ACTON ACT 2601