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Principal Colin Odbert takes the plunge for charity

Architectus’ 1 Parramatta Square (1PSQ), Western Sydney University’s Peter Shergold building is 15 storeys tall, which is the height that Architectus Principal, Colin Odbert will be abseiling down.

Colin says, “As the project lead for the design and delivery of 1PSQ, I feel deeply connected to the Western Sydney University community and felt compelled to join this exciting and challenging initiative, the Chancellor’s Challenge Abseil which this year is supporting the BabyLab.” Colin will descend down the Peter Shergold building on the morning of Wednesday 4th September, and friends and colleagues are welcome to spectate.

1 Parramatta Square (1PSQ)

1 Parramatta Square

Please join Colin and show your support for a great cause – the BabyLab: A Western Sydney University group for infant research on speech perception and language acquisition. Find out more here